I am sure this has been asked before, but I need to figure this out.
I am producing outdoors TV shows. I have produced the same show for years and the guy wrote and preformed his own music.
Now I am doing a new show and have to find music. I have looked at freeplaymusic.com and really like their selection; however, when I contacted them I found out the cost is going to be a lot on a zero budget.
Now, is there any music out there that is truly free or at a much lower price? I could see a couple hundred dollars, but that price for every song is WAY out of my budget.
GarageBand? Soundtrack Pro? - these are do-it-yourself music creation tools you might already have. You don't necessarily have to be a musician, but it helps to have some "musical sense" when it comes to arranging and mixing loops.
Digital Juice has a system where you can customize the tracks or use them as is. Also there are a good number of tracks in garage band/soundtrack. They're categorized as "Jingles." use em before they're worn out. I forget what the usage rights are, but they're fairly lenient.