In order to enjoy a music title from the Proud Music Library for a trailer, you need an advertising license. Depending on which media you choose to advertise the trailer, there are online, radio, movie, and TV licenses. Each license type offers separate rights. Online advertising, for example on Yahoo!®, requires the issuance of an online advertising license; for TV advertising, for example on NBC, MTV or a local channel, requires a TV advertising license.
Panoramic virtual tours are made with stitching software. They are meant to present a landmark, building, room, or object from all 360 degree angles. Used to advertise for example, hotels, houses, museums, and shops, they project views very similar to the way in which dancers twirl and travel across different spaces.
Panoramic photography is becoming more and more important in the business world. Do you wish to sell your house? Chances are that you will perceive more potential buyers if they have a better idea of the layout of the rooms and how they connect. One particular company that specializes on panoramic virtual tours is Virtual Surfers GmbH, with offices in Munich. Its Managing Directors, Stephan and Christina von Bressensdorf have been experimenting with this kind of photography since 2002, and we are happy to include them among our clients.
For a Panoramic virtual tours of the Lindner Hotels in Munich, they used the completely royalty free track “Piano Athmosphere” (C: Andres Lutz) from the Proud Music Library.
Who has not watched a movie preview (lasts between one and three minutes) before, and awoken his curiosity to run to the cinema’s premiere once it was released? How many TV spots (lasts less than a minute) of the latest video games have not lured fans to the store? How about those commercials advertising the newest car, event or dish on a restaurant menu? Whichever form it takes, or whatever its purpose, trailers or teasers are extracts from films, video games, or TV shows such as sitcoms and dramas, which are intended to promote the same.
Those are the people responsible for bringing music to life from its origins for our enjoyment. They create and experiment with compositions for the theater, television, radio, or film industries, among the various areas, some of which become masterpieces, such as John Williams’ score for the Star Wars films.
Nevertheless, a number of well-known appealing works need not be as lengthy or modern; they may be as simple and memorable as Alan Silvestri’s Forrest Gump’s theme Feather. A composer’s work is protected by copyright laws which state that the music is his property, unless he states otherwise in writing.