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Why Use Bespoke Music? Part 2 – Benefits to Your Work

Part 2: Benefits to your work Tailored to Fit Everyone has been in the situation where they’re tired of sifting through library music trying to find something that fits.  Nothing seems to work, and as you’ve been searching for so long … Continue reading

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Why Use Bespoke Music? Part 1 – Benefits to You

Library music has it’s place.  It’s quick, convenient and cheap.  But sometimes, you just can’t find something that fits – so, what other benefits are there to using bespoke music? Part 1: Benefits to you. Personal Using a composer for … Continue reading

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The Music and The Memories

Have you ever thought about the psychological differences between listening to a piece of music you’ve heard before, and a new piece of music? If not, maybe you should start – as these differences can affect your audience considerably.  Music has a … Continue reading

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