“Soundtracks” (Used 14 times)
murmurintemporel on 05/25/2018 at 08:42AM
Glyndwr M - the fifth album of Dolby, Fialkiewicz, Jovet (UK) - presents the story of William Martin Glyndwr Michael, a homeless man whose body was used in Operation Mincemeat, the successful Second World War deception plan that lured German forces to Greece prior to the Allied invasion of Sicily.
cheyenne_h on 07/07/2015 at 02:15PM
We've been getting a few questions about using music in videos again! We're always happy to field questions, but I'd like to share a video of the webinar that Elliot Harmon of Creative Commons and I hosted earlier this year, which will walk you through the basics of using music from the Free Music Archive in your next video production. For more in-depth Q&A, please visit our Video FAQ. If you're just looking for music to use in a video, cruise over to our "Music For Video" curator portal.
slangproductions on 11/05/2011 at 04:10PM
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arispool on 05/26/2010 at 04:15PM
Everyone's talking about the Lost finale all over this wide internet, and we barely need speak of it here. But one thing that could have been improved: the music. It was so standard soundtrack-y! Swells, crescendos, strings, so on, so forth. It sounded like Jurassic Park! It sounded like so much other garbaaaaage I hear all the time when people are making "monumental" cinematic achievements! (I refer to Lost as cinema because even though it's a television show, the scope of the production, the fact that it was filmed on location, and the base in character development made the whole thing feel like a 6 year film.)
Which got me thinking "What in the FMA is good for soundtracks?" As you must know, every track on here is available for use as a soundtrack to a film of your own devising, as long as you don't make money off of it. Creative Commons is awesome like that. So, let's make a movie, as they say! Here's a hypothetical treatment I've just cobbled together, after the jump.