I'm making a new intro to my podcast and I am in the need of some
music. Would you happen to know of any good sites for FREE royalty
free music? I find it ironic that royalty free music often times
isn't free. Anyway, I digress.
Ooops, I forgot to answer (sort of) your question.
You might have fun making your own bed music using any of the any free
music programming software available and downloading some of the free
(or really cheap) samples out there.
Careful though, it may start another addiction. :-)
"Playing is not something I do at night, it's my function in life"
If the music is any good, don/t you think the composer and/or performer
deserve to get paid for their efforts?
Either on a 'per use' basis (royalties), or as a lump sum, in advance, if
you don't want the hassles of tracking and paying royalties.
_Many_ years ago, Bell Labs had a truly free music source on-line. It was
real-time music composition by software -- random-number driven. I can't
find _anything_ on the web referencing it, and I =know= it existed circa
the mid 1980s -- there was a phone number one could call to listen to
'Eddie & Eydie", as it was called.
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