(Trumbull, CT – September 30, 2010) – MusicRevolution.com (www.musicrevolution.com), an innovative online marketplace for production music, today announced the launch of its “Value Subscription” for royalty-free production music (https://www.musicrevolution.com/subs_options/ ). The MusicRevolution.com “Value Subscription”, which starts at $149.99 for a 1-month subscription (allows for up to 10 downloads) and $399.99 for a 1-year subscription (allows […]

Location: Sutton, Surrey, United Kingdom Member Since: March 10, 2010 Tracks in Portfolio: 111 (Click here to see all tracks) Tracks We Like: “Road Trip” Road_Trip.mp3 “Street Lethal” Street_Lethal.mp3 “Start a revolution” Start_a_revolution.mp3 The Interview: 1. High profile projects or clients you have worked for? Movies “The Wrestler” “Couples Retreat” & “Valhalla Rising. Commercials for […]

Location: Los Angeles, CA, United States Of America Member Since: May 1, 2010 Tracks in Portfolio: 148 Tracks We Like: Catch_Me_If_You_Can Dark_Cry_Of_The_Soul_full Science_Friction The Interview: 1. High profile projects or clients you have worked for? Boeing, Microsoft XBOX 360, Toyota. 2. Primary instrument? Guitar was my first instrument and the one that still feels the […]

Every professional musician I know has said at least once, “People love that song and it’s so simple! Why didn’t I write that?”. Along the same lines, every couple of years the music licensing equivalent of a grand slam is accomplished by a signed recording artist just noodling around at sound check while we production […]

This week we reached 8,000 tracks on MusicRevolution! Hundreds of musicians from all over the globe have uploaded tracks in every style and genre and we feel truly honored to represent such an amazing community of production music talent. To commemorate the occasion I thought I’d highlight tracks from our collection that are perfect for […]

In an interview last month with the New York Times, the President of BMI said the first assortment of data generated by their new digital rights management tracking system revealed a higher usage of library music than they previously realized: “Debusk pulled up a screen detailing a list of nonsongs with generic names like “Graceful […]