Free Background Music Announced at Stock Music Website RoyaltyFreeKings.com

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Music licensing website RoyaltyFreeKings.com launches an expanded selection of premium quality stock music available for free to independent producers. The website is run by Hollywood based composers with a background in high end productions such as network TV shows, films and trailers.

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The tracks in the free music section are chosen directly from our growing catalog of music at RoyaltyFreeKings.com, so it's all at the same consistently high level of quality we're known for.

Production Music website RoyaltyFreeKings.com has announced a significant update: a large expansion of their free background music download section. Available to anyone working on a project with a budget 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 covers full length tracks and free music loops.

The free stock music is primarily aimed at producers who need legal clearance for the music they use, but don't always 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.

The music available for free on RoyaltyFreeKings.com differs from that found on other websites, as co-founder Mark Petrie explains: "Unlike on a lot of other websites, where the free music is essentially rejected material, i.e. not good enough to sell, the tracks in the free music section are chosen directly from our growing catalog of music at RoyaltyFreeKings.com, so it's all at the same consistently high level of quality we're known for."

RoyaltyFreeKings.com recently launched a marketing campaign 'to help rid the world of cheesy music'. Royalty free music websites with 10's of 1000's of tracks are often plagued with such music, due to the fact that they have next to no quality control. With few exceptions, little effort is made to weed out old and dated music, resulting in a negative buying experience for the customer, who has to waste time sorting through it all just find something usable.

Every track on RoyaltyFreeKings.com is hand picked to ensure a consistently high level of quality. Mark Petrie, a composer with music on over 200 TV shows and recent trailers as: The Amazing Spider-Man, The Grey, Lockout and The Green Lantern, summarizes the quality control process: "We hold the music we sell on RoyaltyFreeKings.com to the same exacting standards our big budget clients expect of us."

Launched in February 2012, RoyaltyFreeKings.com is truly an international project. To help round out the collection of royalty free music available, the founders teamed up with over twenty award winning and successful composers from all over the world, including a pop rock producer in Finland, a Nashville based folk and country expert, a heavy metal specialist in Italy, a renowned acoustic guitar artist in Hawaii and several well known trailer music composers.

The end result is a streamlined website that enables a producer to find, buy, download and start using high quality music within just a few minutes. At RoyaltyFreeKings.com, not only is every track available individually for a small one time licensing fee, there are also albums that offer incredible value as pre-packaged collections of related music. Some of the best selling albums include the royalty free acoustic music 'Laid-Back Acoustic' 1 and 2, and the royalty free action music 'Action Film' series.

A unique aspect to the RoyaltyFreeKings.com collection is the 'hybrid' albums. Some of these include 'Epic Patriotic' - US patriotic songs in an epic trailer music setting, and the upcoming releases 'Patriotic Punk Rock', 'Jazz Patriotic', 'Punk Rock Christmas', 'Celtic Christmas', 'Pop Rock Christmas' and 'Epic Christmas'.

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