1 December 2004
For Immediate Release
Productiontrax.com Connects Producers to Composers Worldwide
Scottsdale â€“ Local music production company One Light Music Productions, Inc. announced the launch of Productiontrax.com Wednesday, a website that provides high quality, royalty-free production music and sound effects for film, TV, and multimedia from a worldwide network of composers.
â€œProductiontrax.com is really the first production music library of its kind,â€ said David Negron, founder and president of One Light Music, and creator of Productiontrax.com. â€œSure, there are plenty of library music websites out there, but how many of them offer music from a worldwide network of over 200 composers? It is a true online music marketplace and community for the film and multimedia composer, where anyone in the world can find original music an any style that they can use in their projects without hassle.â€
Productiontrax.comâ€™s unique approach to providing library music has caught the attention of composers, multimedia producers, and industry executives worldwide, with over 3,000 royalty free tracks already online available full-quality preview and instant download, and that number is steadily increasing by the day.
Visitors to productiontrax.com can preview tracks in full quality, with most tracks boasting a preview length of 90 seconds or more, and then download their tracks in MP3 format instantly. Tracks can be browsed by style, emotional content, instrumentation, even by suggested film genre. A powerful advanced search engine makes it possible to search for tracks with a specific description, length, or even price. One Light Music will even ship out a CD of files in different audio formats on request. And no memberships are required ever.
Music and sounds are provided under two standard royalty free licenses, based on application, allowing end-users the non-exclusive, worldwide right to use the music as they please in any medium. One license covers educational, non-profit, and personal uses, while the other covers commercial, for-profit, and broadcast usage.
Composers register for an account to sell their music through the productiontrax.com website, and then upload and manage an unlimited number of tracks. The composers are able to set their own retail price for each track, and once their tracks are sold to a customer, the composer gets paid. â€œWeâ€™re raising the bar for library music, and the result is a huge selection of wonderful music that suits any multimedia application,â€ Negron says. â€œour selection is constantly changing and growing to meet the needs of the industry.â€
Productiontrax.com also boasts a large directory of composers, allowing visitors to locate and contact a composer or sound designer in their area.
For more information visit: http://www.productiontrax.com or call One Light Music at 480-614-1765.