(PRWEB) March 30, 2005
CSS Music, a leading provider of royalty free music for production of film, television, and corporate and multimedia applications, has announced what it calls ÂCSS Music RadioÂ on its web site at http://www.CSSMusic.com.
Billed as ÂYour Source for the Best Original Instrumental MusicÂ, CSS Music Radio will resemble actual radio stations in many ways. DJ personalities, sweepers, sounders, and even brief commercials will all be programmed in conjunction with Rogue AmoebaÂs Nicecast (the DJ) and NullsoftÂs Shoutcast (the radio transmitter).
Voice personalities located all over the United States will send their ÂlinersÂ across the Internet to Program Director Marshall Such at the Dallas headquarters of Radio Potato, Inc., a firm specializing in radio station imaging since 1994.
ÂMarshall handles the programming and we get it out over the web,Â explains Scott Fuller, On-Net GroupÂs Internet radio specialist. ÂNicecast and Shoutcast are truly a dynamic duo when it comes to radio for the internet. It sounds like radio because it is radio, in the finest tradition. Soon, Radio Potato will be adding a jingle package to the station to put the frosting on the cake.Â
CSS Music Radio will initially feature predominantly the royalty free music from the CSS Production Music Libraries, but it will also include interviews with CSS Music composers and various contributors from the film, television, and video industries. Eventually, some air time will be devoted to Âtalk radioÂ on a variety of film and television topics and some non-industry topics as well.
The CSS royalty free music library has more than 10,000 tracks and is growing all the time, making it one of the largest libraries of its kind in the world. The library includes some of the most popular music genres, which will be playing on CSS Music Radio 24 hours a day.
ÂIÂve been in radio for 30 years and in royalty free production music with CSS Music for the last 16,Â said Radio PotatoÂs Marshall Such. ÂWeÂve always known royalty free music made for some good listening, but now we can prove the point side by side with the commercially available music traditional radio plays.
ÂRoyalty free music is album quality,Â Such continued. ÂIt has to be, since itÂs used in film and television projects around the world. CSS composer David Wurst, for example, has more than fifty full-length motion picture scores to his credit and is currently working on two scores for Columbia Tri-Star.Â
The CSS Royalty Free Music Library is available on CD, CD-ROM, and hard drive and can be downloaded on an individual track basis or by the CD volume. Royalty Free Music is licensed on a 99-year Âlifetime blanketÂ basis for AV/Video, film, and TV. It is often also called ÂbuyoutÂ music.
About CSS Music
CSS Music, a Creative Support Services company, offers hundreds of volumes of royalty free music. Whether searching for downloadable music, CDs, CD-ROMs, or hard drives, CSS has a music library that fits any budget or demographic requirement. Browse royalty free music selections that are used in theatrical motion pictures and nationally syndicated television programs with outstanding music production values, find stock music for on-hold messages, include audio clips for sales presentations and multimedia, background music for event videos, or audio production and sound clips for web sites in CSS MusicÂs royalty free music libraries.
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