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Why Royalty Free Music?
By Harry Grace
The world loves music. The soul of video games and films lies in music. Today, several websites and a number of other applications in industries, such as corporate, retail, radio and restaurant, music is widely used to both entertain and retain customers or clients. This is where royalty free music comes into picture. Many people are still not aware of this term and those who are, are taking full advantage of it in their productions. This type of music is especially for people looking for inexpensive music.
If you are a serious professional then royalty free music is your best bet not only because it is affordable but also for it is high in value and quality. The provider of this type of music requires you to pay one time fee and gives you the rights to use the purchased tracks innumerable times. This means that there is no need to pay royalties for using it again. In this sense, such music is rightly termed as royalty free. This type of music is basically used to lend background score to films, videos on the Internet, and video games.
Why a Filmmaker Needs Stock Footage
By E Jonason
Have you ever tried using stock footage yourself? If you're a filmmaker then using stock footage can be really advantageous. There are various reasons why filmmakers use stock footage. Read on to know it has always been an integral part of film making.
Stock footage is a combination of videos, photographs or both. These clips are available for download online at nominal prices. The footage falls into two licensing categories namely royalty-free and rights-managed. Royalty-free licensed footage permits a buyer to use it multiple number of times with single purchase. While rights-managed footage is more exclusive and the buyer needs to specify why and where the footage will be used. If you're a filmmaker then there are a number of situations where using stock footage can help you. Few of them have been listed below:
Men Who Spend Luxuriously With Women But Are Paupers Away From Them
By Hannington Mumo
A colleague had gone to his fiancee's place in Nairobi last weekend, as the rest of us headed to coast for a team building get-together. On Monday morning as we were shaking hands to part for a day's break before resuming business the following day, he called one of us citing an urgent matter he wanted to talk with him about. So the friend requested me stay with him a while longer as he waited for him to travel from his fiancee's residence to town.When he arrived and was asked what the serious matter was, he formed a dishonorable, shy smile, pulled him away from me and began entreating him to lend him some money to go home.
Unfortunately the friend did not have money and instead advised him to try and see whether I could help him. Since I did not have liquid cash, we chatted our way to a nearby ATM along a nearby street, my friend poking him a little about how he had spent the ten thousand we were given each by the employer, just within two days.
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