Month: November 2018

This is a debate that has raged for years.  But honestly, have you listened to music that almost sounds plastic?  Or what about a stereo width that is virtually duophonic, with highs that are higher than high. All this begs the question, “what is production music designed for. Listening or for artful synchronization with a picture?  Sure you want your music to sound good but what happens when it is artificially enhanced? Do you or can…

Essential Trends Uncategorized

In theory multi-track production music should be a real boon to the producer.  But on average is this true? Perhaps depending on the production and the skill set of the sound designer / editor / mixer.  It’s funny how this often works.  Someone spends sometimes an hour or more working with multiple tracks and because of “pride of authorship” can’t see the forest for the trees.  Not only are the results somewhat marginal but the…

CSS Music Essential Genres Search Trends Uncategorized

Yes, there are some libraries that essentially do a data dump but some degree of handpicking or curation is a best practice. But the process at CSS Music starts much earlier.  First, we listen to you.  And by you I mean all the various you’s there are that comprise the market place.  We listen to educators, corporate producers, videographers and film and TV producers, editors and directors.  We set the assignment and then we select a…

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