Looking for the perfect music track for your company’s next video? Well, don’t just grab any song off the radio. Your company’s lawyers would be all over you, as would ASCAP.
Instead, get a royalty-free track, something you can purchase once and use indefinitely. Licensing site MusicRevolution.com announced today that it now stocks over 25,000 royalty-free tracks. Its library includes every genre you could want, such as rock, orchestral, hip hop, jazz, and more. The site even has tracks broken up by use case, making them easier to search. Look for categories like on hold, corporate, drama, and advertising.
Purchases start at $9.99 for a single track, but purchasing isn’t the only way to go. MusicRevolution.com also lets video-makers license a full CD starting at $119.99, or get a subscription starting at $149.99. One innovative option is music streaming (starting at $14.99), for when you want a stream of background music for a retail shop.
“We are excited with the participation of the hundreds of professional musicians who are part of MusicRevolution.com who helped us to achieve this significant milestone,” says Mike Bielenberg, co-founder of MusicRevolution.com. “With over 25,000 tracks online, MusicRevolution.com is one of the largest production music libraries in the world. The quality and depth of our musicians and music is amazing,”
Music image via Shutterstock.