Online Production Music Marketplace Launched

Film Music Magazine • April 30, 2010

MusicRevolution LLC has announced the launch of, a new online marketplace for production, or stock music. offers an extensive library of royalty-free production music and four purchase options for customers, including single tracks, CDs, subscriptions and an Internet music stream. With advanced search technology and automated cue sheet filing, MusicRevolution says it makes it easy, convenient and affordable for customers to buy the production music they need.

“We are excited by this launch and are confident that MusicRevolution will prove to be one of the most innovative and progressive sites for the production music industry today,” stated Chris Cardell, Co-Founder of MusicRevolution LLC. “The Internet continues to transform how businesses and individuals access digital content. To date, the production music business has largely been conducted offline. With the launch of MusicRevolution, we believe that this is about to change. As an online platform, MusicRevolution enables buyers to find and license the best stock music using affordable and easy to understand royalty-free license terms. And MusicRevolution’s Internet music stream for retail, business and website background music is the first offering of this type to use production music,” added Cardell.

“We are focused on music. Music is our only business. The caliber and range of musicians that are already participating in the MusicRevolution production music marketplace is amazing. Media producers, businesses and other music buyers can be assured that the best new production music will be continuously added to MusicRevolution,” stated Mike Bielenberg, Co-Founder of MusicRevolution LLC. “In addition to providing musicians with the opportunity to license their production music, MusicRevolution’s blog and forums enable our community of musicians to connect, collaborate and get advice from our participating pros,” added Bielenberg.


By Composer on April 30th, 2010 at 11:22 am

I think I’m getting sick…

By WorkingComposer on April 30th, 2010 at 3:55 pm

Absolute rubbish music on their site. Says prices start from $9.99 – challenge you to find one that starts at that price. Look at the ‘about us’ – these guys used to run, the crap site owned by JupiterMedia, now sold at a bargain to Getty Images. Same stuff from the same old guys. Why even bother?

By MusicAddict on May 1st, 2010 at 5:39 am

why do all these composer submission sites all claiming to be royalty free music when all composers are signed with PROs all signing up with every other composer submission site? So all you guys are selling the same music at different prices and claiming to be royalty free? Revolutionary!

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