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maurice jansen
nice stockmusic tool called AudioLogo
on Jan 11, 2010 at 10:24:14 pm

hey guy's

for the people that are searching for a tool to BUILD stock music tracks for small to medium budget production.
(BUILD in cap's because you are actually building a track with this tool.)

we have used audiologo (by studiomake) for some years now and it is actually one of those forgotten tools that can make the difference to a program in a tight budget.(of coarse in bigger production there is a budget for custom made music) the fun part is that you can use it as much as you like after you bought it without royalty issue's. every theme you buy has groove's, accents, beginning, interlude's and ending's and are are made so they can loop.
nice and fast user interface. and the biggest advantage not a very big pile of music(read CD's) that never fit's.

for us a great tool
i was wondering if anyone on the cow know it.

greet
maurice

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Ty Ford
Re: nice stockmusic tool called AudioLogo
on Jan 12, 2010 at 12:43:21 am

Hello Maurice and welcome to the Cow Audio Forum.

Haven't heard it, but $125 to $250 per CD is pretty high if there's only one theme per CD. The web site doesn't really stipulate that's the deal, but that's what it looks like. Perhaps you could confirm this.

Regards,

Ty Ford

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John Fishback
Re: nice stockmusic tool called AudioLogo
on Jan 13, 2010 at 3:52:12 pm

I'm not familiar with AudioLogo, but I have Sonicfire Pro/ which seems to be similar. Sonicfire will automatically cut tracks to fit a given length. The newer releases allow you to mix tracks, or select from a menu of their mixes. You also get hits/sfx that you can spot as you like. Checkout their tutorials by Larry Jordan. Their music costs around $50 per CD.

John

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