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    Senior Member Jochen Schmidt-Hambrock's Avatar
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    While this is not free for every use ( I have to make a living somehow as a composer) it is a production music database of my work from the last 20 years.
    Internal and use for european broadcast and television are free. Everything else can be purchased for a filmmaker-friendly fee.
    All cues are indexed for their dramatic impact.

    You can do a relative search (something faster / bigger/ more suspense / etc) than the current track.
    And you can search for similar, fitting or ... totally different music.

    So far there are 700 cues in the database. I hope you like some ... most ... every single one ... of them.

    http://www.jochenschmidt.de/productionmusice.html

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    YouTube just added a section with music anyone can use in their projects. http://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary
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    You get what you pay for.
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    Just thought I would throw our site on here. I'm an Editor so I have tried to structure the albums to work with most projects (thus the "Toolbag" format). Also implemented REDs upgrade path idea into the music. People buy in early and recieve free upgrades over the first year of an albums cycle. Once it's all down, we usually double the total album size via free updates.

    http://neumannfilms.net/product-cate...rby=popularity
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    http://soundimage.org/

    I hope it's helpful,

    Eric
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    Hi everyone,

    New tracks are available on the following pages:

    Action
    Fantasy
    Nature/Science
    Sci-Fi/Space

    I hope they are helpful. As always, any and all feedback is welcome and appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Eric
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    Hello!

    I'm a music composer with a constantly growing portfolio ranging from minimalistic piano scores to epic orchestral/dubstep pieces.

    You can view my work @ soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/semblanceproduction . Every song has a "buy" button linked to audiojungle for easy licensing for a very modest price.

    Feel free to contact me for any custom work, i'm very much looking forward to new work and challenges.

    Thank you.
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    http://marmosetmusic.com/

    Solid site, I think its around $200 a song, depending on how you will use it
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    https://www.amazingmusictracks.com/

    They have an extensive library and tracks cost 29.99. They also just launched a section with music completely free.
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    https://www.filmstro.com/ I use sometimes.
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