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jeremy
Royalty Free Buyout Music?
on Jan 31, 2006 at 3:56:01 am

I am planning on buying the Backtraxx Royalty Free Buyout Music from Digital Juice and before I do I would like to know what Royalty Free Buyout Music others are using and happy with.

Thanks,
JDL


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mark harvey
Re: Royalty Free Buyout Music?
on Jan 31, 2006 at 12:18:57 pm

I have Liquid 7, and it comes with smartsound which is royalty free. Smartsound has fantastic tracks, they loop to the exact length that I need, and I find that 1,000$ usd for 15 Cds of this music is a good price. I have heard some of the backtracks library...they have some nice stuff, but I must admit that I prefer the smartsound tracks (personal taste)
Good luck,

Mark


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maxrez
Re: Royalty Free Buyout Music?
on Feb 1, 2006 at 3:09:00 am

Jeremy,

Check out Sound Ideas. As a musician, I prefer having live musicians instead of electronic music. It is all personal taste. I really didn't care for the backtraxx at all. I love their image libraries and graphics, but not music. Smartsound is a viable option, but be careful what you by to keep it "real" and not canned. Hope this helps. Research will pay off and you can sample libraries on line from Sound Ideas and possibly other libraries.

Steve


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Doug Graham
Re: Royalty Free Buyout Music?
on Feb 1, 2006 at 7:32:14 pm

BackTraxx is OK, but their overall collection is more oriented toward corporate projects than weddings and events. The collection includes two CDs especially slanted toward weddings.

If you like to do your own mix, their "StackTraxx" collections allow you to do so.

Here's one low-cost provider (two day sale, Feb 1/2 only): http://stock20.com/commerce/index.php

And here's another who has some wedding-oriented material: http://www.myladonna.com/cd-new.shtml

Regards,
Doug Graham


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David Chandler-Gick
Re: Royalty Free Buyout Music?
on Feb 1, 2006 at 9:19:13 pm

http://www.magnatune.com has been a godsend for me. You can check out http://dynamicmediagroup.com/thewreck/index.html - all of the music came from Magna

Stock 20 sounds good as well, buy what you need is always cool, that way you don't get stuck with duds the way you do with other services. The "special" they have today and tomorrow is a good deal, but you get stuck with some duds. It'll be cool if they offer mix and match package deal in the future.



-DJ

David Chandler-Gick

DavidChandler-Gick.com

Event Video COW Moderator

Contributing Editor eventDV magazine


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David Chandler-Gick
Re: Royalty Free Buyout Music?
on Feb 1, 2006 at 9:48:49 pm

forgot:
http://www.licensemusic.com is a bit pricy, but keeps ya legitimate.

-DJ

David Chandler-Gick

DavidChandler-Gick.com

Event Video COW Moderator

Contributing Editor eventDV magazine


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