We all have our preferences when it comes to what music we like to listen to. This is a good thing because it means that whatever one wants at any particular time is there for the hearing.
Think about the benefits. Your project whether it be a movie, an internet video, or a song itself may be viewed by millions of people. You don’t want to mess that up by copy right infringement over background music that’s not royalty free. Go about it the right way, think about the long run.
There are tons of free to use independent music sites on the web. If you are willing to spend some time searching through all the crap you might find something you really dig. Sometimes you can even find some mainstream free tracks as well on these sites. Remember, supporting independent music is not a bad thing. Haven’t you heard enough fergie?
Here is the link between the music that you have chosen and your MySpace profile page: they are like oxygen and humans. There is no way we can live without oxygen and similarly, there is no way your MySpace profile page is going to stay ‘alive’ without having music embedded into it.
Make sure the background music does not drown out or conflict with the main vocals. Always mix the sneaky background music first, and introduce the vocals in the end.
No doubt that music bust off boredom from any routine workout. It charges your body and mood and makes you push your body to its limits. At times, your body gets so fatigued that music proves futile to re-charge you but most of the time, it makes you give more than you could without music.
Most web developers are not in favor of adding background music into their sites simply because they fear of large audio files that might slow down the rate of the page loading. Well, now you no longer need to worry because there are new media files in the market. These files are called pre-made Flash music loops. These file types are very small and they have great sound quality too.