Studio Music

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  1. LarissaPhotography

    LarissaPhotography TPF Noob!

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    What do you do for indoor music? We generally do a cd or the radio. In your opinion does it make sense to pay for a music service to have commercial free radio?
    Any other ideas for music in the studio?
     
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    i always bring my cd's in with mixes on it
    but also ask the client to bring some of there music in with them if possible
    to tell you the truth I dont see the point wasting money on commercial free radio when you can just use cd's etc instead?
    thats just my opinion and I dont have much money so im saving where I can :)
     
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    As far as radio goes if the station wanted to be real pricks about it they could charge you for using their station in your business. Most dont but I have heard of it in the past.
     
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    I think here in the UK you need a music license, (PRS something or other).. I think that allows you to play any radio station and, I think, but I'm not certain, any recorded music, too. I don't think the license is that expensive either.
     

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