Looking for a fresh perspective? Take a vacation. But before you go, get some travel tips and maybe even a little inspiration from Kid On Vacation. Hosted by Connor and The Dad from the Gorman Getaway Series (featured on Orlando World Center Marriott’s social media campaign), Kid On Vacation is a website that allows children and adults to talk and share great moments of past vacations and to plan for future vacations. Kid-host Connor travels to destinations near and far, giving his tips on where to go and what to do when you get there.
Integral to spreading the word about Kid On Vacation is a video campaign with regular posts to YouTube and their blog. In a recent video, Connor and his creative genius of a camera and production crew (aka Dad… aka Brian) put royalty free production music from Productiontrax.com to work in a parody Eminem’s Space Bound video, creating a fresh and clever take on travel from a kid’s perspective. Utilizing royalty free music from Productiontrax.com, Connor and Brian create an unmistakable Eminem vibe with How We Roll by Robert Johnson, while Connor narrates his unforgiving, gangsta-travelin’ monologue. Combined with images of their travels, the result is fun and attention grabbing.
Every smart business person wants to save money while still successfully reaching their business goals. If you find yourself in need of music, no matter what the utilization you can save a lot of money by choosing to go royalty-free.
Applications and Advantages
Whether you are making a video game, film, vlog entry, website, or advertisement, the benefits of including music are undeniable. Typically used as a background score to complement your content or create the perfect effect or surroundings, the addition of well-made music suggests professionalism to your prospective customers. Finding the right ambiance or theme song may prove itself to be expensive, but that’s not the case when you purchase royalty free music. In order to get the best results, you need music that is high in value and quality but low in price. Paying a one-time fee for unlimited use is a money-wise choice that will improve your bottom line.
Disadvantages of the Competitors
Others may provide you with music that is cheaper, but that cheapness is often reflected in the quality of the sample. Trying to get completely free music, or illegally using music that isn’t your own, is not recommended and many are cautioned against it: all you get is low quality music and the potential to have criminal charges filed against you. You should question any music that is marketed as having unlimited free use, as you could run into copyright issues with illegitimate “free” tracks.
With high-quality tracks and a large selection for a variety of uses, the music offered by productiontrax.com is unparalleled in affordability and quality. Hear the difference yourself today.
Productiontrax.com provides royalty free music and sound effects, stock footage, and stock photos to a wide client base spanning the globe, with content created and uploaded by thousands of contributors from virtually every country on the planet. With such an international community dedicated to stock media and video production, we knew it was time to make it possible for everyone to browse our huge production music library in their very own language.
From French to Japanese, Spanish to Arabic, we’ve got the world’s major languages covered, thanks to the nifty translate tool at the bottom of the page. Just scroll to the bottom of the main Productiontrax.com site, select your favorite language from the menu, and watch as the translations happen before your very eyes. Every subsequent page you visit on Productiontrax will be presented in the language you selected, making it easy to understand and find the royalty free music and stock audio files you’re looking for.
What an odd term, stock music. What does it mean? What does it refer to? Why would anyone ever need something of this sort? These questions and more are what pops into the minds of some when reading that term.
What it is is this: It is music that can used by used in movies, television, commercials and the like. It is a way to avoid using popular music that could come with huge royalties and fees. This isn’t to say that the music is free, only that the gigantic fees are not there.
Typically an interested person would find a royalty free source by searching for one on a search engine. There are several companies out there specializing in this type of thing (of course they would ultimately land at Productiontrax). Each site has its own pricing details. Some require a small fee for each clip or tune purchased. Others require a fee for a membership and the level of the membership dictates how many sounds or songs one might able to use form the site in a given period of time (like each month). When selecting a stock music service, beware of the fees and license restrictions that each site places on their music.
The person utilizing the music is then free to use it in public displays like movies, television shows, commercials (both television and radio) and more. These songs and clips are tunes that are not copyrighted, like jingles, but similar to the noises heard right before the bad guy kills the girl trapped outside in the B rated horror movie. This is a great way to keep costs down but still be compliant with copyright laws and restrictions.