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    Any of you guys looking for royalty free music, Digital Juice is selling their Back Traxx vol, 1 & 2, for $79 each. Over 1,000 tracks with 28 CD's worth of music. http://www.digitaljuice.com/products...mes.asp?pvid=1

  • #2
    This sounds great. Which is better 1 or 2? Any other suggestions of where else to get royalty free music?

    I work for a newspaper and we need music for web casts (sports, features, news) and video advertisements.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by shannonzirkle View Post
      This sounds great. Which is better 1 or 2? Any other suggestions of where else to get royalty free music?

      I work for a newspaper and we need music for web casts (sports, features, news) and video advertisements.
      At that price I would just get both. They are getting rid of this particular product. I have both that I purchased for a whole lot more than that.

      You might want to look into Stack Traxx for music for your niche.
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      • #4
        As Jerry suggested, get both. I received an email today that stated they had less than 25 remaining. It seems they are discontinuing this in favor of the Stack Traxx. The Stack Traxx are broken down into the different tracks that make up the song (percussion, lead, harmony, etc.) which allows you to customize the song to your liking.

        The Back Traxx are single songs come in predefined lengths (:10, :15, :30, :60 and the full length which is usually around 3:00). I can't really say that one vol is better than the other.

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        • #5
          Never understood why GV wouldn't work together with SmartSound, SmartSound said in an email to me that they would be happy to create a plugin like Quicktracks that could be used in Edius, but GV won't come to the party. I hope one day...


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          • #6
            The Back Traxx is more for introduction spots and backing tracks, very different to the other. I have both, as mentioned they are both worth while.
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            • #7
              This offer ends tonight at midnight

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              • #8
                Maybe you can try this: http://www.royalty-free.tv/
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                • #9
                  Ok so we were approved to get this product but now it looks like I have missed the sale. Does anyone have a set of these they are no longer using and wish to sell? Or any suggestions of where to purchase a similar product for a similar price.

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                  • #10
                    Smartsound have a sale on at the moment, 12 disc's for $249 which is great value, I think Smartsound is a bit better product, you also get a free copy of Sonicfire Pro 5 when you purchase the 12 Disc set, This is the link.
                    http://www.smartsound.com/specials/index.html

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                    • #11
                      I have to say that have used both and I like the DJ stuff better. You might try and call DJ and see if they have any morre of the Back Traxx since I do not see them listed as a product anymore. I did see quite a few of the newer Stack Traxx on ebay for $10-15 each. You could get qute a bit more than the Smartsound offer for the same money.

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                      • #12
                        Just, check this out : http://www.freeplaymusic.com/index.php
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                        • #13
                          Royalty free - the small user way...

                          I buy virtually everything from http://www.shockwave-sound.com/ as I can buy by the track. You can also download as many preview tracks as you like.

                          I now use the preview tracks as a crafty watermark until a client has paid in full for the video - the preview track doesn't get switched to the licensed track, so they invariably pay sooner rather than later (I don't have any clients illegally using the previews either).

                          If you are doing regular projects their affiliate scheme is great too.

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                          • #14
                            I'm sure you've fulfilled the music need you had in December, but, I've used this site for a few projects: www.twistedtracks.com.

                            They also have some specials right now:

                            http://www.twistedtracks.com/specials.cfm

                            Cheers!

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                            • #15
                              I just got an email today that DJ is getting rid of thier stock of Back Traxx 1 and 2 for $79 each. If anyone needs some royalty free music this an extrememly cheap way to get some.
                              http://www.digitaljuice.com/products...ts.asp?pid=829

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