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1960’s Music – 60’s Music – Highlight Montage

Published on 6 Nov 2014

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1960’s Music – 60’s Music – Highlight Montage. This video montage is made by TunEdge Production Music Library to highlight just some of the 1960’s Music you can hear in the TunEdge Production Music Library.

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This highlight montage features 1960’s Music reminiscent of music from 1960 to 1969 when the Temptations, Johnny Cash, The Bee Gees, Cream, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Elvis, Jimi Hendrix, The Beach Boys, Jackson Five, Aretha Franklin, Led Zepplin and more top of the charts on the radio.

For More Info on 1960’s Music visit: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1960s_in…

Counterculture of the 1960’s visit: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Counterc…

100 Best Tracks of the 1960’s visit: http://www.nme.com/list/100-best-song…

How Do I Get Music For My Video? To find music for your video you would need to do one of three things.
1. The first option and the easiest way to find music would be to find music from a Production Music http://www.tunedge.com/news/productio… company. You can find 2 types of Production Music companies online. There is what could be called the Lease Production Music Companies and then there are the “Buyout” or “Royalty Free” Production Music companies. Each type has its own advantages and disadvantages. In either case you can find music from as low as a few dollars up to a few thousand dollars.

2. The second and possibly and potentially the most expensive way to put music in your video is to contact the Publisher for popular song that you have heard on the radio. If you go this route the price for a piece of music will typically run $5,000 up to millions. Once again this is typically too costly for most individuals and the majority of companies making a video.

3. The third and by far the most difficult would be to write your own music. If you write your own original piece of music which you own the rights to then it is no problem to use in your own video. For many, writing original music can be a problem because most people lack the skills or talent to play a musical instrument. If you do have the skill the next problem you will face is recording your music in a studio. If you are one of the few people who do have these skills then read no further. If by chance you are like the vast majority of people then I suggest you keep reading.
It is important for anyone looking to find music for their video to know what Synchronization Rights are because a Synchronization License http://www.tunedge.com/news/synchroni… is needed to synchronize your video with the music you wish to put into the video.

For more information about the TunEdge Production Music and 1960’s Music please call 800-279-0014 or visit us at http://tunedge.com.

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