Over the last several months Bedtracks has commissioned The Luvmenauts to help us build a unique catalogue of music that is exclusive to Bedtracks. Founding member and bass player, Alex Furlott sits down with me to chat about the band and their process for writing multi-genre music in a cinematic context.
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Production music is approximately 80% of what the general public hears on a daily basis, yet most don’t even know it. The big business of royalty-free stock music has a fascinating history and goes back further than you might think!
Getting your music licensed is tricky business. If you’re not getting placements, you might be asking: what are music libraries actually looking for? The Bedtracks team made a list of the 5 most common reasons why a music library composer is not seeing regular placements.
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.
Composing for stock music libraries is becoming an increasingly popular – and in some cases profitable – pastime for musicians. However there is a lot more involved than uploading a few tracks waiting for the cash to start rolling in. Like in any business, you need a plan.
Here is a list of 10 questions we ask ourselves while reviewing a track for placement in our library.
Here is a technique you can use to multiply your creative output, and maximize your efficiency while composing music for publishing libraries like ours (Bedtracks). Click 'View Post' to read more!