Audio Network—a production music company that supplies original scoring, audio branding and sound design services, and works as a creative partner alongside more than 200 renowned composers—has launched a new $500 Filmmaker Annual License that offers unlimited access to the Audio Network library for a full year. With clients that include HBO, MTV Networks, and the BBC, Audio Network’s diverse library of 45,000 tracks is used across all genres of content, from film and advertising to reality shows and documentaries.
The license can help new and aspiring filmmakers to score their films with high quality music, pre-cleared with full cinematic rights.
“Iconic film scenes are often indistinguishable from their soundtrack," says Audio Network co-founder Andrew Sunnucks."Music can heighten a moment of joy or bring a tear to the eye. With the launch of our New Filmmaker license, Audio Network demonstrates the power of music by making great quality music available to the next generation of film creators.”
Audio Network owns the rights to its extensive catalog, which covers a full range of music styles from classical to hip-hop and from country to rock ‘n’ roll. This high quality music is created by its team of established international composers and recorded by major orchestras and artists including The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Dame Evelyn Glennie, OBE; the late Sir John Dankworth, CBE, also contributed to Audio Network's library.
For more information, go to www.audionetwork.com.