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Tyge Floyd January 10th, 2006 08:55 PM

Music2hues...ever buy from these guys?
I haven't been around DVinfo.net much as of late. After spending a couple of weeks shooting two projects my partner and I have been couped up in the editing studio for the last two weeks capturing and sorting through video. (We're producing two promotional DVDs for clients, our first real projects so we're learning on the run.) Now we are in need of some background music. I've spent a lot of time looking and found what I feel is a good source, it's at http://www.music2hues.com/index.html.

Has anyone ever purchased or used any of their CD's?

If so, did you like what you got from them?

If you know of another or better source for background music we can use in small (Less than 500 copies each) projects, I would appreciate a link or suggestion.


Jay Massengill January 11th, 2006 09:14 AM

Yes I have quite a few of their CD's and like their music. There's certainly better stuff out there, but it's usually from more expensive or complicated sources.
The Fresh Music Library is another source of good music that's easy and inexpensive.

Richard Alvarez January 11th, 2006 09:24 AM

I've been visiting and using pieces from Productiontrax.com recently. Good selection, fair prices.

Mark Williams January 11th, 2006 11:47 AM

I have used Music2hues on several projects. Thier CD collections IMO are modestly priced and they have a variety of styles.



Glenn Davidson January 13th, 2006 01:16 AM

I like www.studiocutz.com. $ 65 per CD. They are right there in Tejas.

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