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June 22, 2011 Author:

Ben Beiny is a composer from London, writing music for film and documentary. At age 4 he took his first violin lesson, before going on to study piano, percussion and guitar. He even admits to the odd bit of choir-boy singing. Now in his late twenties he currently produces an atmospheric mix of instrumentals, making use of subtle rhythms, with both live and electronic elements. Read More

Featured Royalty Free Music Composer: Ben Beiny

  • June 20, 2011

    Featured Royalty Free Music Composer: Alex Beaulieu


    A multi-instrumentalist, Alex runs his own music production studio. Surfing the techno-instrumental wave, his music is both organic and commercial. In addition to being a performing musician and a music teacher, Alex has created several compositions for films and theater. Read More

  • June 18, 2011

    Featured Royalty Free Music Composer: Chris Haigh


    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

  • June 16, 2011

    Corporate Royalty Free Music – Music Showcase


    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

  • May 29, 2011

    Epic Royalty Free Music | 10 Tracks that will Create Maximum Impact!


    Making a trailer? Need that perfect buildup of tension for an iPhone game demo? These 10 stock music tracks will add maximum impact to any video project. Read More

  • April 29, 2011

    What is Royalty Free Music? What does it mean exactly?


    There are a lot of inaccurate ideas circulating about “Royalty Free Music” This article will attempt to explain exactly what Royalty Free Music is and dismiss some of the most common misinterpretations. Read More

  • March 19, 2011

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

    Author: 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