Royalty Free Music Unique To Your Project - Every Time

Royalty Free Music Blog

Tips and Tricks

Tutorials & Tips :: August 17, 2015

No articles have yet been posted. Check back soon.

We are aware of an issue where some tracks are not building properly on our website. We apologize for any inconvenience and are currently working on fixing the problem.

» Read the entire Current issue where some tracks are not building correctly article

Published on: July 31, 2019
Published on: January 23, 2019

piano strata SonicFire Pro 6 allows you to work with automation - simply follow the steps below:

» Read the entire WORKING WITH AUTOMATION article

Published on: September 10, 2018

Larry Jordan SonicFire Pro 6 allows you to add moods to your song - simply follow the steps below:

» Read the entire ADD MOODS TO YOUR SONG article

Published on: July 30, 2018

Larry Jordan SmartSound allows you to adjust your music online - simply follow the steps below:

» Read the entire ADJUST YOUR MUSIC ONLINE article

Published on: June 01, 2018

Larry Jordan Sonicfire Pro 6 allows you to musicalize your video in less than 5 minutes - simply follow the steps below:


Published on: March 05, 2018

Larry Jordan SonicFire Pro 6 allows you to export instrumental layers from a track into different files. To do so follow these steps:

» Read the entire HOW TO EXPORT STEMS FROM A TRACK article

Published on: February 06, 2018

Larry Jordan Do you know the difference between PRO-free and royalty-free? Allow us to explain it to you:

» Read the entire PRO-FREE VS. ROYALTY-FREE article

Published on: January 29, 2018

Larry Jordan This video is an excerpt from a recent on-line video webinar by Larry Jordan: “3rd-Party Tools for Apple Final Cut Pro X”. This short video tutorial is the first five minutes of Larry's in-depth tour and training on the version 6 update to Smartsound’s SonicFire Pro.


Published on: October 27, 2016

Cut video to musicFor years editors and media creators have been telling us they love the way our technology allows them to mold music to their scenes; letting them maintain the integrity of their editorial vision for their videos and films.

» Read the entire Keeping The Beat: Sonicfire Pro 6’s New Cut-Video-To-Music Feature article

Published on: June 24, 2016

To have the biggest impact on your audience your music has to work perfectly with the visual. Sonicfire Pro includes unique technology that will help you find music that matches the pacing and the timing of your visual sequences. However, if the music doesn't quite align with your on-screen events, our newly improved Timing Control feature allows you to easily move special beats of the music without losing the rhythm or length of the music - and now does it more accurately with better results. Like all SmartSound features, no music experience is required.

» Read the entire Sonicfire Pro 6 Overview article

Published on: June 17, 2016

Animation isn't an easy project to fit royalty free music into, but with the right guide and the large customization of soundtracks; your animation project can come to life.

» Read the entire Getting Cartoony article

Published on: April 05, 2016

Over at the blog of Digital Worlds is an excellent article on creating a Game Design Document, which starts by asking, “what questions do game designers need to ask before they start work on the design of a game,” and more.

» Read the entire Music & Game Design article

Published on: March 02, 2016

SmartShoot, which puts photographers and videographers together with clients (much like eLance), has a great article on Script Writing for Corporate Videos. If you are developing your presentation script, we think this article might be a great help, and if you have already drafted your script then it may even help improve it. (We recommend also having a copy editor go over longer scripts to correct passive voice and other structural writing errors, and make it more punchy).

» Read the entire Script Writing for Corporate Videos article

Published on: February 02, 2016

There is a great interview on Digital Production Buzz with Marco Missinato, an Italian-born composer who began writing music at the age of six. He came to L.A. in the Nineties to pursue his passion. In the interview, he discusses the vital issue of adding power to your projects by choosing the right music, in addition to how music can create a sense of oneness in today’s turbulent times. The same principles apply, regardless of the emotions videographers seek to produce in their audience.

» Read the entire Marco Missinato: The Emotional Power of Music article

Published on: January 26, 2016