Film + TV

From background music to sound effects, we explore the ways to use royalty free music in film and TV.

Western Movie Music & Genre: America’s Love Affair With The Old West

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Western movie music is a definitive genre that creates specific imagery and transports the listener to the western frontier – making the western movie genre the epitome of the American spirit. Typical western movie themes are about the frontier, the wild west, love, violence, and adventure. It’s a genre that has not only come to …

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The 8 Best Shows on Netflix With Incredible Soundtracks

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Netflix has risen to be the benchmark for quality content, attracting top talent from across the globe. With this influx of new creative storytellers comes good soundtracks as well. With storylines ranging from post-apocalyptic dramas to larger than life comedies surrounding the world of female wrestling; Netflix soundtracks have started to play a much larger …

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How to Choose the Best Sports Music for Your Video Production

Throughout history, sports have provided us with some of the most memorable and exciting moments of our lives. Babe Ruth calling his shot in the ’32 world series, the immaculate reception from Franco Harris in 1972, and the miracle on ice from the 1980 US Olympic hockey team, are all examples of thrilling, iconic moments …

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Horror Film Music: Factors That Make Them So Terrifying

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What makes horror movie music so scary? It’s not always just the spooky film score that plays when the villain comes on screen. Finding the right sounds that will make audiences jump out of their seats can be more difficult than you think. We looked into the tactics being used by audio experts today that help turn a scary scene…into a terrifying one.

Super Bowl 2018 Halftime Commercials

The Super Bowl was all marching bands until one crisp Sunday in 1993 when Michael Jackson took the stage and changed the Halftime show forever. It has done nothing but grow since then. As the shows got larger, the advertisers began fighting over the 30 seconds before or after the big show.

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