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Thread: Music libraries - which is best?

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    Nov 2010
    Sunderland, UK

    Default Music libraries - which is best?

    Hi all,

    Was just wondering if anyone could recommend a music library that doesn't charge too much for licences and is decent for backing music

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Oct 2010
    Princeton, NJ USA


    I use tons of libraries, but most are expensive. KillerTracks, FirstComm etc. One that I've used for one off music tracks is SoundSnap. You can buy credits or annually. They're usually under $2.US per track

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    Hi Paul,

    I run a music business - . You can search and download instantly and our license covers you worldwide. Single use tracks start from 8 or you can take out a 12 month blanket license giving you access to the whole library. Take a look and if you're interested, drop me a line. I'm sure I can sort a special rate for you.


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    We've got 6,000 affordable, but high quality, tracks at Royalty Free Music, Stock Music, Production Music

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    Nov 2010
    Sunderland, UK


    Thanks for your help guys

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