JECO Music Announces New Song Library

Film Music Magazine • October 15, 2008

JECO Music, a company specializing in the creation and production of original music for the film, TV and commercial industries, has announced the debut of its newest online premium music library, entitled The Source.

The Source is a comprehensive collection of songs and song-length tracks now being offered for use as source music for feature films and TV shows, as well as for TV, radio and Internet advertising. The tracks were written and recorded by A-list studio musicians based in LA and NY, who are otherwise recording and touring with top artists.

Jon Ehrlich, co-founder of JECO Music, said, “This song library was more a labor of love than anything else. We were doing regular sessions with some of the best musicians in the world on various film and TV projects, week in and week out. As a way of having some fun, we started writing and recording these songs with them, tacking them onto the end of our scoring sessions. We were having a blast and recording some amazing songs. After awhile it became addicting, and before we knew it, we had more than 10 CDs worth of phenomenal songs.”

Leigh Roberts, also a co-founder of JECO Music, adds, “We are extremely proud of this collection. Stylistically, it runs the gamut, covering a wide range of genres and eras. Just listen to the three minute demo –you’ll get a real feel for the quality and usefulness of this library.”

The new library is designed for use within scenes where source music is required, including scenes in nightclubs, restaurants, any location with a radio, jukebox, ipod, etc. Most songs have additional mixes with “low vocals” and/or “instrumental only. The library is broken down into genres, including Rock, Alternative, Country Rock, Country, Techno/Dance, Hip Hop/Rap, Blues, R&B, Pop, World, Jazz/Standards and Specialized/Misc.

Allen Marshall Palmer, Co-Producer of the hit FOX TV series “House,” said, “On ‘House,’ JECO Music’s library ‘The Source’ regularly gives us quick access to great songs across a wide range of styles. The vocal performances really stand out, and don’t feel like they are from a standard music library. On a network television schedule, it’s nice to have ‘The Source’ always readily available.”

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