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Music for Video Production

Music in Video

Nearly all moving picture projects – regardless of where they will eventually be shown - require some sort of musical soundtrack. 

Whether it’s a pianist playing along live to a silent movie or a THX mastered soundscape, most films, television shows, commercials, corporates, games and virtually all types of video production feature music of some nature.

Our Music

Producers seeking music for video production, regardless of its intended distribution, are likely to find a wide range of options within Audio Network’s library.

Amongst the 94,227 original tracks and arrangements are various pieces, ditties, tunes, effects, beds and other types of music that will enhance any video production.

The available genres of music for video production include:

while moods and atmospheres range from:

Click on the button below to listen to a selection of our favourites.

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To make life nice and easy, all of Audio Network’s music for video production is pre-cleared for international TV and multiplatform use forever.

Our music in video

The Audio Network Catalogue has been used in loads of different types of video including adverts, TV & Film; here are a few of our recent credits:

Kick Ass 2
Kick Ass 2
Carrie Promo
Carrie Promo
Beyond Two Souls
Beyond Two Souls
Pepsi Max and Dynamo
Pepsi Max and Dynamo Advert

Recording Music for Production

Featured Composer

Debbie Wiseman

Debbie Wiseman is one of the UK’s most prolific film and television composers, with a list of over 200 film and TV credits.

Her credits include the scores for The Passion of the Christ, Jekyll, Flood, Judge John Deed, Wilde, The Warriors, Tom & Viv, Before You Go, Othello, Adventures of Arseme Lupin, He Knew He Was Right, Michael Palin's New Europe, Sherlock Holmes and The Baker Street Irregulars, My Uncle Silas, Tom's Midnight Garden, Johnny & The Bomb, Haunted, Stig of the Dump, The Private Life of Samuel Pepys, The Andrew Marr Show, Manhunters....

Read here for more on Debbie Wiseman.

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