Jul 29, 2012, 20:44

A track with a lead vocal is always shooting for the fences in terms of film and video placement. We realize that vocal tracks may not always fit underneath a VO explaining a business strategy. But, sometimes the message you’re trying to convey or the mood that you are trying to set just has to be sung. We thought that we would highlight some of the royalty-free vocal music on MusicRevolution.com (www.musicrevolution.com) that could be used for a range of purposes including TV and radio commercials, online video ads, corporate videos, web videos, trade show videos and a range of other applications. We have an extensive selection of royalty-free vocals music.

A search on MusicRevolution.com for “vocals” yields over 1,600 royalty-free production music tracks—

A search on MusicRevolution.com for “female vocals” yields the following royalty-free production music tracks—

A search on MusicRevolution.com for “male vocals” yields the following royalty-free production music tracks—

MusicRevolution.com also has a number of CDs, available in both physical CD and download CD formats, with hand-selected royalty-free music tracks. We have assembled a tremendous collection of royalty-free vocals music on “Vocals, Vol. 1” –
We think the vocal tracks on this CD of production music have the potential to help tell a great story. This is a collection of vocals tracks that are really worth checking out.

With nearly 18,000 tracks of royalty-free music online in our production music library, MusicRevolution.com (www.musicrevolution.com) has the production music that you need.

Chris Cardell is the co-founder of MusicRevolution.com https://www.musicrevolution.com,a production music marketplace with nearly 18,000 tracks online where media producers, video producers, filmmakers, game developers, businesses and other music buyers can license high-quality, affordable royalty-free music and custom music from an online community of professional musicians. Cardell has been involved with digital content and E-Commerce since the mid-1990’s.

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