It inspires us, elicits emotions, draws our focus and can
We live in an age of information overload, there is an abundance of content on social media, TV, and online. Content that does not captivate an audience, and ultimately
This is where music comes in! Sound is the unsung hero of video, yet sadly it’s so often overlooked. In the area of sound perhaps most overlooked is music/soundtracks. I’m sure you’ve seen videos or watched movies with really poorly composed soundtracks. I’m not going to include any examples here as I’m not looking for a defamation lawsuit. What I will say is that
Need an example of the importance of music? Try watching your favourite movie without any sound or you can watch a scene from one of my favourites, Star Wars: A New Hope, where someone has removed the soundtrack and dubbed other audio over the top.
For the sake of comparison, you can view the original throne room scene from A New Hope here. By now I’d hope the role of music (and its importance) should be clear to you. So what options are there?
Soundstripe! An online music library solution
In order to get the highest quality music with the least
Anyone can browse the Soundstripe Library free of charge. There is no “audiojungle.com” voice in the background every couple of seconds. If you’ve ever been on Audio Jungle’s website you’ll know what I mean! With Soundstripe you can listen to each track in full. Don’t let the supposed low quality of the tracks turn you away. Once you have licenced a track the high-quality WAV version becomes available, which is far superior.
I have found Soundstripe to be the best value for money when it comes to licensing multiple music tracks. Its subscription fee, licensing model and playlists/search filters make using it a breeze! This means a better return on investment for the client due to lower costs and faster turnarounds.
To hear some Soundstripe music in action why not take a look at my portfolio? Have you found a song in their library that you think will fit your video project? Get in touch with me and I’ll see how we can work it into your video project. You can contact me by clicking on the link here. Or simply by navigating to the “contact” section at the top of the page.