Wedding Music

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    • #39767
      AvatarAnonymous
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      I have just finished filming a wedding and I am now in the stage of editing. There are several areas of the video that are quiet and I need to add some music. If anyone has any suggestions for wedding music it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

    • #171586
      Avatarralck
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      Maybe you’ve lready used it, but what about the bride and groom’s song?

    • #171587
      Avatarbirdcat
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      First let me say I am a big believer in using royalty free music – There is some very goos stuff available for very good prices at Digital Juice (http://www.digitaljuice.com) – Look at their StackTraxx and BackTraxx line.

      Smartsound’s SonicFirePro and Sony’s Cinescore can also be great options but are a bit pricier.

      There’s also this thread which discussed wedding music recently: http://www.videomaker.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=2969

    • #171588
      AvatarLYMster
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      Yup…

      Royalty free music is definently the way to go in my opinion. I found http://www.opuzz.com, they provide royalty free music at good prices too. Buy once and its your to use forever. Free previews and downloads in Mp3 & wave files i believe. CHeck them out. Good stuff.

      P.S: they have great discount coupons too.

    • #171589
      Avatarbirdcat
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      LYMster Wrote:

      Yup…

      Royalty free music is definently the way to go in my opinion. I found http://www.opuzz.com, they provide royalty free music at good prices too. Buy once and its your to use forever. Free previews and downloads in Mp3 & wave files i believe. CHeck them out. Good stuff.

      P.S: they have great discount coupons too.

      OK – I checked them out. Do you work there?

      I thought the music sounded "off" (looking for a better word but that’s all I could come up with). I only listened to about a dozen selections in five categories but it just didn’t sound right to me. For example, the 1812 Overture in the classical group had lousy percussion, at places where you expect hear cannons you don’t even hear a timpani – stuff like that.

      I think you’re better off with SonicFire Pro, Cinescore or any of the Digital Juice StackTraxx collection.

      Just my opinion – your mileage may vary.

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