There are thousands of ways to effectively use royalty free music in a multimedia project, each of which enhances the feel and professionalism of a production. We’ve put together a short list of five great uses for stock production music to get your creative juices flowing.
1) Create a Video Game Soundtrack. From first person shooters to RPG, you can use action tracks and cinematic fantasy cuts to create a new world of interaction.
2) Energize a Corporate Video or Industrial Film. Whether it’s about wine and cheese, or duct tape, royalty free music and audio can add a new layer of interest and energy to corporate videos and promotional or training material.
3) Spice up a Website with Background Music. The perfect music track, whether it’s playing via HTML 5 audio or Flash, can drastically change the user experience on any website. Just make sure you give the user an option to adjust the volume.
4) Spread the Love with E-Greeting Cards. Pick out a romantic piece of music and combine it with a cute animation, and you’ll be set for any holiday requiring cards or flowers. The right music cut will take a great greeting card to tear-producing (in a good way).
5) Add Intrigue and Drama with an Audio Book Narration Bed. A common use for stock audio is creating an additional dramatic layer beneath audiobook narrations. Music helps tell a story, and royalty free music is an affordable way to just that in your next book project.
There are ton’s of other applications out there for using music as part of a multimedia project. So let us know — how do you use royalty free music in a unique way?