By Stephanie Ciccarelli
July 12, 2006
Where do you find your royalty-free music and sound effects?
While we're on the subject, I thought we'd bring in some feedback from a recent discussion and from past posts on VOX Daily about where to find royalty-free music.
Brian Haymond (Brian in Charlotte) finds royalty-free music and sound effects online at www.Sound-Ideas.com and www.DigitalJuice.com, two resources for music and effects. Brian also has some elements from GarageBand that make for excellent watermarks in his custom demos.
Ron Harper suggested that there are many buy-out music libraries on the Internet.
Of course, there is always the library at Voices which is free to access as well as use. I'm not certain about the other sites, but you can find some good pieces and sound effects here as well.
If you know of any other resources, leave a comment!
P.S. What do you charge your clients for adding royalty-free music? Include your answer with your comment :)
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