By Stephanie Ciccarelli
April 20, 2006
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Do you add music tracks to your voice-over demos?
Music is often a nice touch and helps to set the theme and tone for your voice-over. One thing to be mindful of though when you are selecting music to be used in a voiceover demo is whether or not the music is royalty-free.
Royalty-free basically means that you can use the music without having to pay royalties to the composer.
Once purchased or acquired legally (royalty-free music downloads), you can use the music for your own purposes, for example, as a background track for business presentations, audiobooks, or telephone auto attendants, IVRs and on-hold messaging systems.
Did you know that InteractiveVoices has our own royalty-free music library that you can sample from?
The music was composed several years ago by a member of our management team who decided to share the music composed with you, our customers, rendering it royalty-free and available to use in voice-over demos and professional voice-over recordings.
Have you used royalty-free music in your demos or voice work?
Whether you’re recording a TV commercial or shooting a corporate video, it isn’t enough to simply pick a song, drop it in and call it a day. Musical choices must reflect your brand, move the given project forward and closely align with your voice-over needs. Learn more.
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