Sync Music Launches User-Editable Production Music Library

Film Music Magazine • August 13, 2009

Sync music has announced the launch of “Cue”, a new production music library where filmmakers, producers, and other music users can create their own unique music edits by reducing the number of music elements or by layering different music elements on top of one another.

The library also includes the Sync Music Player which allows end users to play multiple music files at the same time, synced in time with each other.

“The main idea was to empower our clients with as much creative control as recorded music can allow, and then go even further,” says Sync Music’s Christian Siddell.

For more information on Cue and Sync Music, visit


By Les Hurdle on August 13th, 2009 at 7:24 am

Nothing new here……… some Libraries did something sim via midi files years ago

However, what if the end user adds an ‘element’…… would they then be a co composer?


By Sean Smith on August 23rd, 2009 at 7:09 pm

sure… in Nashville we call that “A word for a third!” and every hit songwriter does it to the newbies!

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