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Cinematic Music

PostPosted: 08/13/2008, 7:19 pm
by filmmakin
Everyone,

I am working on some shorts this summer, soon I will place some clips on this post. I have been looking everywhere for some good music. I have paid local "composers" only to find I paid too much. I have used Revostock as well as others, can anyone suggest a good place to get really professional cinematic music? I am looking for suspenseful, dark, climatic scores. I actually really liked the music from the above post, "The Dark Side".

-James

Re: Cinematic Music

PostPosted: 08/13/2008, 8:04 pm
by Hermes
How much are you willing to pay?

Re: Cinematic Music

PostPosted: 08/13/2008, 8:20 pm
by filmmakin
I was more talking about a good solid music site, with or without rights managed. But...if there is any composers with stuff posted on a portfolio site for a fair/working price I would (and I'm sure others here) would love to see a link. :D

Re: Cinematic Music

PostPosted: 08/13/2008, 8:35 pm
by Hermes
Check out Justin Durban's site (http://edgen.com/music). Nearly everything on there is free AND royalty free. For pay sites, I have always admired the work of Immediate Music (http://www.immediatemusic.com/index.cfm) but there stuff can get quite pricey.

Re: Cinematic Music

PostPosted: 08/14/2008, 11:59 pm
by Ben Wotton
incompetech.com and go to royalty free on the right. great music there and for free too.

Re: Cinematic Music

PostPosted: 08/15/2008, 11:38 am
by Nahuel
search.musicbeyond.com

Re: Cinematic Music

PostPosted: 08/15/2008, 11:52 am
by narenn
If you're willing to go for the good stuff. Get Final Cut Studio. It comes with over 24 gb of sound content. It has literally everything you can think of.