When you use website background music, it helps to create a friendly shopping environment and relaxes your visitors. Well, this of course is only made possible when you have slow and enchanting music playing instead of those head banging ones.
Think about the benefits. Your project whether it be a movie, an internet video, or a song itself may be viewed by millions of people. You don’t want to mess that up by copy right infringement over background music that’s not royalty free. Go about it the right way, think about the long run.
In the Philippines, one of the most annoying situations is when you dine at fast food restaurants where kids are their prime customers. You will hear metal rock music in the background. The same goes with photo booth hire. People behind it should take note of the occasion and play the right kind of music as background tunes. You do not play songs for the heartbroken during wedding ceremonies. You must also refrain from playing sexually suggestive songs if the affair is corporate or business related.
However, it is more advisable to use the music generators instead as it does not allow other viewers to ‘steal’ your tracks. Since music generators require you to produce your own track, it is highly improbable for others to have similar tracks as yours. This is unlikely the case for mp3 widgets that are easily obtainable from iMeem, which allows that person to click on the widget link which will immediately direct him to a piece of HTML code.
In order to get free of being held captive by music makers, the only way is to make the royalty free sneaky background music yourself. You have no choice, until you do your projects will lack depth or you will lack money, because it can get expensive. Time to put the hard hat on and do some work.
For example, if you already have thoughts of using a track from Madonna’s album, you should just forgo the thought. Tracks like those are known as ‘copyrighted’ tracks. You are not supposed to use them. Even if you want to, you will have to purchase a license, and that will definitely cost you a bomb.
As I mentioned earlier, there are several sources for royalty-free music out there on the web, including Home Brew Audio where we have links to several of those sources. So start adding that professional touch to your stuff!