Launches Its New Royalty Free Music Library

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Web designers, Flash animation agencies, computer games developers, video artists and many others are often looking for good music. They want to find it rapidly and download it to their desktop immediately because they work at the speed of the Internet. Now ( has launched a service that provides what they need.

“I’ve been a Flash developer for 8 years and I’m always on the lookout for music myself,” says Francois Arbour, one of the partner at “So I decided to not only create a music library that would entirely meet my needs, but to also provide the same service to everyone else doing the same kind of work”.

According to the Computer Industry Almanach, “the worldwide number of Internet broadband subscribers will surpass 215 million in 2005—up from less than 5M in 1999, and 67M in 2002. Worldwide broadband Internet subscribers are forecasted to reach 500M by the end of 2010”. This market has created an explosion of rich media productions. Companies are now demanding music enriched websites, and advertising and e-learning tools to serve a growing clientele. Music is being integrated at every step.

Nobody wants to go through endless pages of music files to find what they want. offers a user-friendly system that makes it an easy proposition. “The feedback from players in the industry has been excellent” says Francois. “People appreciate our advanced search capability. They say they are finding what they need easily and quickly. Visitors also like the relaxed feeling of the website. Our goal was to provide a focused commercial capability in a comfortable, lounge-like environment, and people are telling us that we’ve succeeded”., a royalty-free music library, is the property of François Arbour and Gilles Arbour. François Arbour, an award-winning Macromedia certified Flash Developer, has been working in the multi-media industry for the last 8 years. Gilles Arbour has trained thousands of people in sales and marketing during the last 20 years. Both have seen, over and over, that music makes an enormous difference in a presentation, because it moves people to action. For additional information go to:


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