The Best Wedding Band in Dallas, The Scott Bucklin Band, raves about its new website and the streaming audio technology provided by Royalty Free Music provider The Music Bakery.
“We are absolutely blown away by Jack’s expertise in the field of streaming high-quality music over the web,” said Scott. Scott Bucklin, probably the most sought-after pianist and band leader in the Dallas area, was recently hailed as having “Great sound…” by Sting. Even Kenny G. declared, “I wish I could play like that!”
I’m proud to be associated with such a fine musician.
I am often asked to clarify this statement: Royalty Free Music is not Copyright-Free Music.
Royalty Free Music is music owned by a copyright holder. When anyone purchases royalty free music for use in a production (website, podcast, slideshow, video, film, radio, tv, etc.) the purchaser is not buying the copyright to the music. He/she is simply buying a license to synchronize the music with his/her productions.
Here at The Music Bakery, we make it easy to license our music by including the synchronization fees within the price of the music itself, making it truly royalty-free music. For complete licensing info, be sure to visit our royalty free music licensing page.
No worries, no hassle, all LEGAL music.
We like it that way!
When Heather Carlile updated her website, she asked me for a new piece of royalty-free music. I made some suggestions for new music on her interior pages while strongly advising her to stick with the one she’s already using on her home page. I explained that, just as the visual elements of her website all work together to create her brand, the audio portion is just as important in building her identity in the minds of her clients and customers.
Happily, she was reluctant to change the piece anyway because, as she enthusiastically explained, “My clients love that piece of music and so do I!”
Sometimes, adding musical variety just for the sake of variety is a marketing mistake. Fortunately, she didn’t mess up a good thing.
You’ve heard the cliché, “If it ain’t broke…”
Using royalty free music downloads from The Music Bakery on a website enhances the attractiveness and perceived professionalism of the site.
Some of the best examples are Dallas Pianist, Piano Rental Dallas, CRNA Jobs and Anesthetist Jobs. Wouldn’t you agree?
As my mentor, Rich Schefren would say, “You can’t build the business of your dreams without hiring great people.”
Today I read a post extolling the great customer service here at The Music Bakery. And it’s literally all because of one person, Kelly Atkinson, my personal assistant and customer service professional. We call her, “Client Care Obsessive.”
Here’s the post:
Another reader asked this question also and then contacted the folks at http://MusicBakery.com Here’s his report:
Denise, I’ve been exchanging emails with Music Bakery (Jack) over the last couple of days. As long as the music is mixed with other audio, they will allow podcasting. So, problem solved!
One note … despite the holiday weekend, they were incredibly responsive and supportive of my requests throughout the weekend. Hats off to them … you don’t see support like that much anymore.
The above post comes from Denise, the blog & marketing pro.
Check out her blog: http://www.biztipsblog.com/2005/06/cool_resource_r.html
I just completed the final editing, mixing and mastering of my radio ad promoting Voices of Change, the new music ensemble of Dallas. It will begin airing Monday, November 20, 2006 on WRR FM. It’s packed with clever voice-overs and, of course, my royalty free music from The Music Bakery. Click here to listen!
Happy thanksgiving, everyone!