There are so many option out there today for royalty free music people who are working on different kinds of project; anything from a independent movie or music video, to educational documentaries and even instructional films. Since the late 90’s, royalty free music has been revolutionizing the way people spice up their video project and every year the base of music you have to choose from is larger and larger. You can find music today in the systems that 10 years ago would have been impossible to get your hand on. The big problem for most people is that they just don’t know about all the royalty free music that there is out there. These days more and more people are starting to become aware of all the great possibilities there are behind the new wave of royalty free tracks.
I work in a really small video production company. We do all kinds of different projects ranging from promotional videos for small businesses to wedding videos. Not long ago we made a video invitation for this couple wedding. It was a only a two minute long video, it was fun, we had the couple standing in front of a green screen asking the guests to come and join them for their wedding, meanwhile different places from around the world would pop on and off. The whole thing went great but when they came to us and asked about the music for it, we ran into a wall. I told them that licensing music was very expensive and that they might have to hire a musician to compose a track for them if they wanted a certain type of music. It was a good thing that the woman went on line and found out about royalty free music. The found royalty free piano music for some parts of the videos and royalty free country jazz music for other and the whole thing came together looking and sounding great. The best thing about the experience was that we too, started to use royalty free music from then on out. We even started to tell our customers about it before hand as a way of lowering the overall video cost which in the end, means we can turn a greater profit on the filming side of it.
Now that we are using these stock music banks, it is helping us to provide a more integral service for our clients, our business has gone up and people are happier than ever about all the fun things they can do with their videos. Next month we are going to make a promotional video for a local ice cream shop and we already have picked out a long list of royalty free music we are going to present to them when we make our pitch. This will enable us to project a clearer idea of the sort of video we will be able to produce for them when the whole thing is over. I certainly am glad that I found out about royalty free music and I am sure from now on out, we will be using it in all our projects.