adds Audio Logos to Its Royalty-Free Music Library

Share Article, an international provider of high quality, royalty-free music, announced today that their online service now includes an Audio Logo Section. The new audio logos are both highly affordable and instantly downloadable. Custom audio logos are also available with a rapid turnaround.

( Audio Logos or Audio Themes are powerful marketing tools. People use them to brand their podcast, newscast or their videoblog. Organisations charge up their corporate logo with a strong but short audio sequence. The compelling sound bite accompanying a visual animation creates a lasting imprint.

“It’s been proven that music makes presentations more effective. Music adds mood to a message, and helps people bond with the values of a presentation’s products and services. If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a picture with music is worth ten thousand. This is why advertisers are committing more and more resources to rich media presentations powered by music,” notes Gilles Arbour, one of the partners at

“A rapidly growing number of our customers are looking for audio logos, or music stings, to brand their presentation or to strengthen their visual logos,” adds co-partner Francois Arbour, “In addition, Web designers, Flash animators, game developers and video artists are always looking for new audio input. Our goal is to continue to respond to those needs with innovative, high quality products that increase the depth and the breadth of what we offer.”

“We are constantly adding new features to make our client’s experience better. For example, I’ve worked in the Internet industry for almost my whole career, and I’ve seen how important it is that a music selection be validated by other members of a team. To facilitate that we’ve set up a simple system where you can send a music track to a colleague with a note describing your own impression. Our customers love this. We’ve also added a tool where visitors can tag their favorite tracks for future reference. And there’s more to come.”, a royalty-free music library, is the creation of Francois Arbour and Gilles Arbour. Francois Arbour, an award-winning Macromedia certified Flash Developer, has been working in the multi-media industry for almost 10 years. Gilles Arbour has trained thousands of people in sales and marketing during the last 20 years. Both have seen, over and over, how music moves people to action. To see (and hear) more - go to:

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