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June 18, 2011 Author:

Chris Haigh is a composer from South Yorkshire England. Chris composes in lots of different styles and genres but specializes in composing Cinematic, Uplifting, Dark and thought provoking music. Chris’s recent credits include National BBC Radio 1 and the International trailer campaigns for M. Night Shyamalans horror film DEVIL released by Universal Pictures and Liam Neesons 2011 Thriller, UNKNOWN released by Warner Brothers Read More

Featured Royalty Free Music Composer: Chris Haigh

  • June 16, 2011

    Corporate Royalty Free Music – Music Showcase

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    Looking for the perfect corporate track for your video production? These 20 corporate royalty free tracks will make any business related video production shine! Read More

  • June 16, 2011

    Featured Royalty Free Music Composer: Martin Riopel

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    Martin started learning saxophone at 12 years old in high school. His parents offered him a guitar on his thirteenth anniversary. Thanks to bands like U2, The Cure, Depeche Mode, INXS and Rush, he developed a real passion for today’s music. That lead him to College to study jazz and pop music. His first band opus climbed the charts of rock and alternative radio stations. In1999 Martin founded the Music Academy of Lorraine. Read More

  • June 13, 2011

    Featured Royalty Free Music Composer: Olive Musique

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    Serge Essiambre has been composing music for more than 20 years for the advertising industry, as well as for television, movies and websites. His list of clients includes Radio-Canada, Kellog, Domtar, AirMiles, Artic Gardens, Labatt, Gatorade… Read More

  • March 19, 2011

    Can I purchase music from your site, sing my songs or play guitar over it and sell my album?

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    Premiumbeat.com is a “Production Music” Library. Our music is available for licensing in Media Productions (website, video, DVDs, TV broadcast, film, games, etc.) as background music synchronized with your production. You cannot sing over the music track or add an instrument and market the results as if it was your music. Read More

  • February 9, 2011

    When to use .WAV files – when to use MP3 files? 
 What is the difference between the two formats?

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    Whenever you license music from premiumbeat.com, you can download both the .WAV and the MP3 versions of the music track. Except in the case of music loops, which we offer for download only in the .WAV format. (See below why) Read More

  • June 14, 2010

    How to convert .wav file into MP3 file with iTunes

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    When you purchase music from www.premiumbeat.com we send you a link to download the music in .wav format and in MP3 format. You are welcome to download both versions if you wish. However some people prefer to do the .wav-to-MP3 conversion themselves because they need a specific level of sound compression or for other reasons. This tutorial shows you how to accomplish that. Read More