Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) February 25, 2009 — Productiontrax (www.productiontrax.com), a leading provider of royalty free music and stock sound effects, today announced The Blue Fuse production music library is now available on Productiontrax.com. This 2,515-track catalog was a well-kept secret of high-end post houses until May of 2008 when it was converted to royalty-free status. World-class musicians were recruited for the creation of this 55 CD library, and features a who’s who of new musical styles such as dub step, kitsch, glitch and reggaeton.
Almost every track comes available as a 30 or 60 second edit as well as an alt mix with no lead element. This library has been heard on Fox News, Discovery Channel, NBC Primetime and others. To make the music search process smoother for fans of the Blue Fuse Music library, the collection has been divided into 6 sections, each with a distinct function….all with the same great sonic awesomeness. Here’s how it breaks down:
“Drum & Bass” was a knock out of the park from the first day it arrived at post production houses in America. production music has never be same after these groovin’, dead simple tracks of nothing but upright bass and drums formed the perfect foundation for radio ads that tried to say, ‘We’re a bunch of uptight, bean-counters…but we’re cool. Look at how relaxed we are…….please?”
The energetic minimalism of the “Undertones” section really sets this collection apart from other music libraries. Offering high-quality rhythm grooves that leave plenty of room for your voiceover.
“Rhythm Project” is straight up drums, but man, they really pound! Just try to listen to the stressed out movie trailer tracks on Drama King Drums without flipping someone off in traffic. All tracks in this section were done with percussion.
The “Scoring Factory” section was originally designed to put everything a video producer needs for a 60-minute TV episode onto a single CD (bumper music, dialog beds, different versions of a central theme, etc). Check out all the cool short audio snippets on Ambient Drama Part I to get the idea. If your video program is long, but your OCD doesn’t permit you to have CDs laying everywhere, head right to the “Scoring Factory” section.
“Friction” is, frankly, where the freaks hang out. That’s the part of town you only visit during daylight. By default, if a music track is too harsh, demented, unclassifiable, noisy, or sounds like it was mixed by someone on hallucinogens, it goes into “Friction”. Beware.
More than 300 tracks from the Blue Fuse Library are available for immediate download on Productiontrax.com with additional royalty free music tracks being added everyday. You can view the Blue Fuse library by visiting: http://www.productiontrax.com/profile.php?id=1764.
“Partnering with Blue Fuse allows Productiontrax.com to quickly expand our catalog with thousands of new music tracks and gives our customers access to some of the highest quality music libraries available today,” says David Negron, founder of Productiontrax.com.
Productiontrax, (www.productiontrax.com), a leader in online distribution and licensing of royalty free music and sound effects, enables customers to license superior-quality royalty free music, sound effects, stock photos and stock video footage for use in film, television, and interactive media on an on-demand basis. As an innovator in online stock media, Productiontrax.com is the first site to allow creators of royalty free production music, sound effects, stock images and video to take an active role in licensing their work to the public. Productiontrax.com is dedicated to providing its customers with high-quality, yet affordable resources for multimedia productions. The music and images are 100% original, with new composers, new tracks and new images added everyday. Productiontrax.com is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona and is a subsidiary of One Light Music Productions (www.onelightmusic.com).