The soundtrack is 50% of what you're taking away from a video, so getting it right is important! The point of this article is to help give you the fundamentals you need to choose the right piece of music for the maximum impact of your video.
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Colour is hitting us right in the feels without us even knowing. It’s a powerful force at work, and we believe it explains the emotional role it shares with music. Read this post if you want to know more about how you can make creative music selections based on the colour theory of your video project.
We’ve all seen videos that were near unwatchable due to a bad stock music or a poorly recorded voiceover. Bedtracks has come up with an essentials list of 5 post-production tips to improve your video soundtrack.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have a tool that allows you to find music that sounds similar to your reference? Well, that tool exists! and it’s called ‘Sonic Search’.
The ever-evolving and fast-paced world of music production is tricky to keep up with at the best of times. This article will tackle 5 areas that composers can fall behind on.
Watch our latest work with Holt Renfrew! Congrats to Ned Gordon on scoring the music for this spot.
Music and colour are similar in the uncanniest of ways. At a fundamental level, both hit us in a powerful, memorable and emotional sense. This connection is overlooked by most, but a shift in perspective will make marrying music to your brand easier, relatable and very creative!
This week we would like to showcase Toronto composer, Joshua Van Tassel! Read more to find out what Joshua likes to use at Dream Date studio, located in the Junction.
Music is one of the most powerful catalysts for creating an emotional connection with your audience. That said, here are ten practical tips for choosing the perfect music for video content.
Our WTMIM installment is back! and we're happy to feature Bedtracks composer Eric Tannery, from Bullard, TX.
Here is a list of 10 questions we ask ourselves while reviewing a track for placement in our library.
Our WTMIM feature this week is on Bedtracks composer Gabriele Bazzi Berneri. Click 'View Post' for more details!
Where The Music Is Made features Jarkko Hietanen from Tampere, Finland. His placements with Bedtracks can be heard on 'Vegas Rat Rods', 'Storage Wars Canada', 'Canada's Worst Driver' and more!
Bedtracks recently worked with Peacock Alley on "Illusions of Grandeur" to provide the theme song and underscore. The show follows magician Zak Mirza as he explores the culture and history of magic in different North American cities, and amazes local audiences with closeup magic performed on the street. "Illusions of Grandeur" is airing on OLN in Canada.
We're happy to feature Toronto composer and jazz pianist, Steve Koven on this week's 'Where The Music Is Made'. If you're in Toronto, be sure to check out Steve's Trio performance at Musideum on June 11th featuring special guest percussionist Sarah Thawer.
This week we have talented Bedtracks composer Josh Doyle (3Theory Music) from Los Angeles, California. Check out what Josh likes to use in the studio!
Enjoy this week's 'Where The Music Is Made' feature on Evgeny Kiselevich from Moscow, Russian Federation! Click 'View Post' for more details.
This week we have Jeff Eden's studio in Toronto, Ontario! Jeff has recently had music placed with us in the series 'Vegas Rat Rods'. Some of his other placements with us include: '16x9', 'Storage Wars Canada', 'Don't Drive Here' and 'Canada's Worst Driver'. Click 'View Post' for more info!