If you update your MySpace profile page religiously, then you must have trouble getting fresh ideas. If you have been thinking about updating the background music, then check out some of the new ideas for your MySpace background music that you can use to further enthrall your profile viewers.
Another burning question you may have is: “what are some good uses of RF music?” Another good question. One very common use is as background for a voice narration for intros (and outros) for podcasts, radio shows, or other types of audio and video programs. Adding good quality music to a short video on the web can really make the difference between seeming professional and not. And let’s not forget about radio and television commercials. When was the last time you heard one of those without music?
So instead of spending money unnecessarily, go for royalty free music instead. Royalty free music is not like any other music that you buy. Royalty free music can be used over and over again with no limit. As a purchaser, you have every right to use these royalty free tracks in videos and websites, without the need to worry about infringing the legal rights law.
The least expensive way is to record your own on hold message or purchase royalty free music. You can get this on-line, at Best Buy or most office supply stores. The music may be a bit humdrum but it’s a one time cost. Load your music or record a personalized message on a computer, copy the file and drag both files to an inexpensive MP3 player. Put the player on shuffle and you got an endless loop of elevator music or you badgering people not to hang up. You may need to go to The Shack (formerly Radio Shack) and get an adaptor which connects to the MP3 player at one end (the head set input) and your telephone system’s music on hold input source (usually a RCA jack).
When you are creating a website for your product, most of the money would be spent on setting up the website and because of this, you would not want to spend too much money on choosing the right kind of comedy background music to go in your website.
For example, if you already have thoughts of using a track from Madonna’s album, you should just forgo the thought. Tracks like those are known as ‘copyrighted’ tracks. You are not supposed to use them. Even if you want to, you will have to purchase a license, and that will definitely cost you a bomb.
Most web developers are not in favor of adding background music into their sites simply because they fear of large audio files that might slow down the rate of the page loading. Well, now you no longer need to worry because there are new media files in the market. These files are called pre-made Flash music loops. These file types are very small and they have great sound quality too.