Professional buyout (royalty-free) music

  zoobie 09:47 05 Aug 2009

I've been shooting my HD commercial movie and now need it's soundtrack. I'm looking for extremely professional music (comedy, spacey, dramatic) music to buy that won't break the bank.

I've found the Music Bakery that's assembled by a Grammy award winner that's vantastic...but waaaaay over priced. The rest I've listened to sould like a cheap $29 Casio midi keyboard.

Any professional buyout sites worthy of my movie?


  DieSse 22:57 05 Aug 2009

"waaaaay over priced"

At a quick glance they looked quite reasonable if you want a quality sound. Remember you can use them as much as you like with no ongoing fees.

  zoobie 05:28 06 Aug 2009

I'm finding this out...I've searched a lot needlessly because they're the best hands down...just wondering if anything out there I've missed...Also wondering about their pricing...Why is one track $47 and a whole CD $77? You lost me...

  DieSse 07:48 06 Aug 2009

Why is one track $47 and a whole CD $77

So that most people pay $77 instead of $47, which is more income for them.

  Chris the Ancient 18:01 06 Sep 2009

Many moons ago I used to use copyright free music. The best quality I found was from click here

I knew of many professionals that used to shop there.

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