A film without music is like hymn without melody—lifeless.
Could you imagine what a film like Braveheart would
be without its rousing film score? I doubt it would have been
as exciting and inspiring without the music. So, if you are
a filmmaker, you may be wondering how to incorporate such
magnificent score into your own movies without spending a
fortune. Have you considered royalty
free music? Unlike music that belongs to the record labels
or needle drop music libraries, royalty free music is pre-cleared
for immediate use. Of course the most attractive feature is
of course the no royalty fees terms. You simply pay a one-time
fee and the music is yours forever, to use however you’d like
in your film, soundtrack, documentary, trailer and more. Here's
good place to start looking for film
style royalty free music.
Here's a list of film types you can use Opuzz royalty free
• Feature Film
• Movie Trailer
• Film Festival
• Documentary Film
• Movie Soundtrack
• Short Film
• Student Film
As mentioned above, scoring a feature film can be quite expensive
if you were to use commercial music or music from a record label.
It can be even more costly (not to mention very time-consuming)
if you were to hire a composer to score your movie. That's fine
if you have a large enough budget and a team to help you with
music supervision. So, what’s a filmmaker to do if your resources
are limited? A good alternative is to use inexpensive royalty
free music. With royalty free music you have comprehensive genres
of music to choose from. From hear-pounding war soundtracks
to romantic compositions, whimsical pieces, music from the 70s
or poignant numbers that can move an audience to tears. Whatever
mood you want to express, find royalty
free music from Opuzz to bring your pictures to life.
Movie trailers are what brings people into theaters. Therefore,
many movie trailers incorporate some of the best, most compelling
scenes a film has to offer. So, what better way to capture your
audience’s attention than to integrate high-impact music into
those gripping scenes or appropriate scores into those intriguing
snap shots of your film? By using royalty
free music in a movie trailer, you’ll pump up your audience
while saving big bucks!
Are you planning on organizing a film festival? Keep in mind
that during intervals and even breakout sessions or seminars,
music is important to keep you audience and participants excited
and engaged. Use high-spirited
royalty free music before the premiere of a long-awaited
film. If award ceremonies are planned, play theatrical movie
themes. And, if you are honoring talented directors or actors,
emotional music to present them.
Documentaries are full of critical themes and magical moments.
Be sure your musical score reflects the importance of your film.
You can easily turn your documentary into a well-crafted masterpiece
by choosing the right royalty free music for each affecting
scene. Royalty free music offers a
wide variety of styles, melodies, and even sound atmospheres
that will enhance the emotional connectivity between audience
Nowadays, the soundtrack can be as profitable as the feature
film itself. Millions of dollars are generated through movie
soundtracks. By using royalty free music, you are exempted from
paying royalties that you would have to pay if using commercial
music or music from needle drop libraries. This can equate to
tremendous savings and earnings from using royalty free music
for your movies.
Let’s say your short film is a comedy-driven animated skit with
little words. Think what the right kind of music could do for
the mood of your film! Use fun, upbeat comedy music to match
your short film’s personality. Excite as well as entertain your
audience with quality background music to your short masterpiece.
Increase your viewer’s interest in your film with the appropriate
royalty free music.
If you are like most film students, money is an issue. Purchasing
music from record labels, paying astronomical fees to use their
songs in your films and reoccurring royalties if or when your
film takes off is often out of the question. Well, with royally
free music, you don’t have to spend a fortune to create a moving
score for your film. Creating custom soundtracks with 'pro bono'
help from composers/friends is of course an option but you often
don’t know how your music will turn out or have say to what
you want as commenting on someone’s musical composition or ability
can be tough. With royalty
free music, you’ll know exactly what you get as all our
music can be previewed and downloaded in full before purchase.
Simply pay a one-time fee for music you will use only, stay
within budget and have your film career take off.
So, forget about spending thousands of dollars hiring a composer
or buying music from record labels or needle drop music libraries.
By simply using royalty
free music in your films you can cut the cost of your music
bill tremendously and still have the same high-quality music.