Answer: Of course! High resolution files can be sent directly to you via Dropbox in your choice of format.
Answer: Yes, the production packages contain multiple versions of each piece of music. It's always a good idea to listen to the alternate mixes when considering a piece. Some are significantly thinner in texture which is great if you have a lot of Voice Over to support. Some alternate mixes change significantly enough to have very different vibe.
Answer: Bumpers are generally short in length (60, 30, 20, 15, or 10 seconds) and are widely used for transitions or spots. Stingers are very short (under 10 seconds) and are great as punctuation or segment ends.
Answer: Yes, but the fees will vary based on your usage. Please contact us for a quote for your intended use.
Answer: A loop is a segment of a piece which is edited to repeat seamlessly. Use a loop to produce a specific mood in your project for any period of time. Loops from different mixes of a tune can also be combined to produce customized arrangements of that piece. To finish your piece, simply choose a loop ending from that set. They allow you to design the dynamic arc of your piece. Simply find the loop which fits the mood of your project and past it consecutively or drag it out to fit your time line, finish by using a loop end to complete your arrangement.
Answer: A Perfect Choice Groove is a piece that establishes a mood and stays there. Grooves are essential building blocks for your production. Built for voice-over, they are the meat and potatoes of project construction. They are consistent, reliable and unchanging to the end. When less is more, the groove series shines.
Answer: Drones are consistent music beds, usually without tempo or beat, that establish a mood without being invasive. They range from ominous and sinister to ethereal and beautiful. Based on a tonal thread, they set the mood for your production.