Unveils Their Latest Royalty Free Christmas Music Album: 'Epic Christmas'

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The unique album released by the music licensing website combines an epic movie trailer music sound with well known Christmas carols.

Epic Christmas

Epic Christmas features well known Christmas carols set to epic movie trailer style orchestral arrangements by well known game and trailer music composers. announced today the release of 'Epic Christmas' - a brand new royalty free Christmas music album. Available on the music licensing website along with dozens of other royalty free collections, Epic Christmas features well known Christmas carols set to epic movie trailer style orchestral arrangements by well known game and trailer music composers. The album also features an extensive 'extras' package, consisting of sub-mixes and individual instrument 'stems' for each track. This extra material aims to give producers greater options and value from the royalty free holiday music album.

The album compliments recently released holiday music collections - Acoustic Christmas, acoustic folk versions of well known carols; Pop Rock Christmas - featuring instrumental modern pop rock renditions of carols; and Jazz Christmas - authentic jazz arrangements of holiday favorites.

2012 has been an exciting year for Since launching in February, traffic and sales have steadily increased as independent producers based all over the world have become aware of the music licensing website, and the strict quality control that runs through the entire catalog. In addition to new albums and tracks being added on a monthly basis, has also added dozens of tracks to their free background music download section. Available to anyone working on a project with a budget of less than US$250,000, each free track is available for immediate download. The range of styles and genres include: epic dramatic orchestral, ambient piano, jazz, comedy, rock and suspense tension. The selection of royalty free music for free covers full length tracks and music loops.

Tracks featured in the free section are aimed at people who need legal clearance for the music they use, but don't necessarily have the resources to pay for it. Owners of YouTube 'partner' accounts fall into this category - where using unauthorized music runs the risk of getting an account suspended, or worse: getting sued by the owners of the music.'s collection of royalty free music not only covers the most used styles and genres of music, such as: pop rock, acoustic and romantic, suspense tension and heroic inspiring, but also a growing list of unique 'hybrid' albums. Some of these include 'Epic Patriotic' - US patriotic songs in an epic trailer music setting, 'Patriotic Punk Rock' - American patriotic songs set to edgy punk rock arrangements, 'Jazz Patriotic' - featuring live saxophone, piano, drums and bass, and the upcoming releases 'Acoustic Christmas' and 'Epic Christmas'.

The goal of since launching in early 2012, has been to make searching for background music for video production incredibly easy and streamlined. The crowd-sourcing business model (where anyone can upload music), like that used by many royalty free websites, has the main benefit of a rapid expansion of content. The downside is inevitable: with so many tracks being uploaded, the catalog easily gets bloated with mediocre music that does little to enhance a project, whether it's a commercial, wedding video, film or webisode. Producers looking through these crowd-sourcing websites licensing stock music (also known as 'library music' or 'production music') have to waste time sifting through huge collections to find something they'd actually want to use, or worse - settle for something inferior just because they don't have the time to continue searching.

By hand picking each piece music, only allows in music that meets a strict standard of musicality and production value. The result is a streamlined shopping experience where a producer can find, purchase and download the music they need within just a few minutes.

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