I need some "infomercial" music.

Discussion in 'Digital Video' started by adamvk, Mar 11, 2010.

  1. adamvk macrumors 65816

    adamvk

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    I am doing a project, and need some good up-beat music that sounds like it belongs in an infomercial.

    I have been looking for ages but can't seem to find much either free online somewhere, or on iTunes.

    I need music that would last around 5 minutes at least.

    Any suggestions? Please help me!!
     
  2. prestonkd macrumors member

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    I have been happy with music I have used from royaltyfreemusic.com. Reasonably priced.
     
  3. notjustjay macrumors 603

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    I used something from FreePlayMusic.com many years ago, but they seem to have changed their site's focus and no longer offer their music for free.

    You can check out Incompetech.com for another source of free, royalty free music.
     
  4. KeriJane macrumors 6502a

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    Don't forget about SmartSound / SonicFire.

    They have all kinds of royalty-free music, some of which would be right at home in an infomercial.

    It's a great system for making your own background music. You choose the song and have a bunch of choices on how to customize it. Then it generates the music and *Presto!*

    The generated music can be from a few seconds to hours long. If you want custom made music for a project it's the way to go unless you hire a band.

    It's so neat they deserve their very own Infomercial! :D

    Have Fun,
    Keri
     
  5. adamvk thread starter macrumors 65816

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    Thank you all for your suggestions, but I am looking for something CHEAP here. This is just a smaller project, so I don't need anything fancy for this. :)

    Any ideas? (Under $3 probably)
     
  6. AWalkerStudios macrumors member

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    why not just bring your video into garageband and put together some loops?
     
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  9. adamvk thread starter macrumors 65816

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