Bridging the Gap With Stock Music

This shouldn’t come as a surprise, but it’s true, paying for music and adhering to copyright laws does create jobs, like in this post. And yet, the “free music economy” persists, as more and more internet surfers demand cheap or free content to use as they please. But I think…

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Editors Picks – New Media at Productiontrax.com

We recently launched our new weekly email, which hopefully makes it easier for you to find more relevant tracks for your projects. Here are our picks for Sept. 13, 2011. Intro (47 sec) – To The Last Breath by Karol Sabat Track ID: 260453 | Action & Adventure This short…

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Getting Your Fair Share of the Pie – A Stock Media Survival Guide for Artists

With the growing popularity of library music and royalty free music sites, especially the sudden development of user-content driven stock media libraries, it has become more important than ever for artists to be wary of the deals that they are getting themselves into. I’ve compiled some tips and advice from…

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Will The State of New York Kill The Music Industry?

“Gov. David Paterson has proposed a so-called ‘iPod tax’ on downloaded music and entertainment services to help his state close a $15.4 billion budget deficit. However, Apple Inc.’s products aren’t Paterson’s only targets. He has proposed 88 new fees and taxes that go far beyond, including on movie tickets, taxi…

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