...we necessarily keep our ears to the ground to get a sense of what our communities want and need in the library music they license from us. Fortunately, we have the depth in our composer group to cover musical genre.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 07, 2013
CSS Music, leading royalty-free music, background music and sound effects library, announced today the release of seven royalty free music volumes to add to its extensive library of more than 12,000 tracks.
The new additions include two long awaited offerings from film composer, David Wurst, “Super Themes Volume 71 – Swampbilly Rockers” and “Super Themes Volume 72 – Club Life II (Urban Night Life)”. The copyright free music provider also debuted MAX TRAX library’s “Docustyles I and II” and “New Marketplace”, a blending of the Light Industrial, Light Activity/Travel and New Age genres along with “Chart Rockin’” and “Modern Heart” from the Repro-file Plus Library.
CSS Marketing Director Mike Fuller expresses his excitement for the company’s growing library, "We're very proud to once again have two fabulous volumes for our Super Themes library from feature film composer, David Wurst. All of our writers bring a special expertise to their contributions. Some come from radio, some from network television and animation while others work in education and information technology.”
After 30 years in the music production business CSS Music continues to thrive, positioning itself as a go-to source for quality, royalty free music. Boasting one of the most expansive libraries in the production industry, CSS Music regularly provides unique music for the AV/Video and Broadcast Communities. CSS Marketing Director Mike Fuller attributes the company’s success to their eagerness to appeal to customer needs, “Because music trends are a moving target, we necessarily keep our ears to the ground to get a sense of what our communities want and need in the library music they license from us. Fortunately, we have the depth in our composer group to cover musical genres from varying perspectives."
All seven volumes are now available for download in .wav (44.1khz / 48khz), .aif (44.1khz), Apple Lossless (44.1khz) and .mp3 (320kbs) formats. Music is also available on virtual CDs (Q-Disc), CD, DVD, Hard Drive.
About CSS Music:
Established in 1982 in Los Angeles, CA, CSS Music is a royalty-free music company with a library of more than 12,000 tracks. CSS Music provides royalty free music and sound FX for film, video and television producers. CSS is dedicated to working with music supervisors, editors, directors and producers to meet their creative needs. For more information on CSS Music visit http://www.cssmusic.com/.