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- December 26, 2007 at 2:18 PM #41428
OK it seems everyone is advertising their own websites here so I think it’s best to give a list so it’s actually useful to the forum users.
In no particular order:
OK there’s a few to be going on with, I’m not endorsing any of the libraries so you’ll have to make up your own mind. Some are better than others and the licenses can vary quite dramatically (as does the price) so you’ll need to read the small print.
There’s so many out there so it’s worth a look around.
Hope it helps!
I have an audio podcast and often use the Podsafe Music Network. music.podshow.com . I had a recent project to post a web-only video. I asked for–and got — written permission from the composer to use a piece in return for credit on the video. Many of these composers looking for exposure will charge little or no fee. Also, if your project is non-profit, I stumbled on a website by the composer Moby, to obtain a limited license for some of his music for free.
had to check, it’s http://www.mobygratis.com