How and in what formats will the sound files be delivered?

They will be delivered as high quality MP3 files and Wav-files via eMail download links:

CD-Wav, 44,1 KHz, 16bit, uncompressed
mp3, 320 kbit/s (best possible mp3 quality)
mp3, 128 kbit/s (ready for web use)

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The WAVE file format is a container format. It is used for the digital storage of audio data. It is based on the Resource Interchange File Format (RIFF) defined by Microsoft for Windows. A WAVE file contains information about its format before the audio data.

It usually contains so-called PCM raw data. These are time-discrete and value-discrete representations of the temporal course of a signal. The quality of the sound then depends on the sampling rate (number of samples per time unit) and the resolution (bit depth). For compressed data, the method is also relevant, e.g. ADPCM or MP3.

In contrast to the similar AIFF format, WAV does not store ID3 tags.

Ses dosyalar� nas�l ve hangi formatlarda teslim edilecek?

EMail indirme baÄ�lantÄ�larÄ� ile yüksek kalitede MP3 dosyalarÄ� ve Wav dosyalarÄ� olarak teslim edilecektir:

CD-Wav, 44,1 KHz, 16 bit, sÄ�kÄ�ştÄ�rÄ�lmamÄ�ş
mp3, 320 kbit / s (mümkün olan en iyi mp3 kalitesi)
mp3, 128 kbit / sn (web kullanÄ�mÄ� için hazÄ�r)

Where can I find instrumental rock in the Proud Music Library?

Instrumental rock was most popular between the mid-1950s to mid-1960s. In this decade Surf music was very popular.

Start to search for instrumental rock music now:


Production music, stock music, archive music
Instrumental rock music for commercials (Radio, TV, cinema, Point-of-sale)

Many rock guitarists were influenced by The Ventures’ precise guitar work. In the 1970s Progressive rock and art rock performers featured virtuosic instrumental performances. One of the best-selling instrumental albums ever, with 16 millions copies sold is Tubular Bells by Mike Oldfield, released in 1973.



Access the Proud Music Library Website via Android Smartphone!

The Android 2.2 (FroYo) update for HTC Desire has started rolling out. You can now search, find and listen to the titles on our Proud Music Library Website on your HTC smartphone! The FroYo update for the HTC Desire includes the complete set of Android 2.2 features and contains a few special additions as well.

Proud Music Library / HTC Desire

What means “1000 physical units” in the standard-license?

If you like to license music from the Proud Music Library e.g. for a corporate video, which is used for trade fairs or the company’s website and offered to be downloaded, the standard-license will cover this kind of use. Regardless of how often the video is downloaded or replayed. The limitation of 1000 units is just refering to physical units such as DVDs, CDs or memory sticks. If you want to offer your product via download, please get in contact us with an e-mail to [email protected] for an individual license.

Will the sounds and tracks delivered in wav quality?

We deliver:

CD-Wav, 44,1 KHz, 16bit, uncompressed
mp3, 320 kbit/s (best possible mp3 quality)
mp3, 128 kbit/s (ready for web use)

Other formats are available on demand.

If desired, we can also deliver on CD. But we then have to charge an additional 5,- Euro for the service within Germany. For deliveries in other countries we charge 10,- Euros for the service.

Can I pay in currencies other than Euro?

Yes of course. If you choose to pay through Paypal, you can fund your Paypal account (e.g. through your credit card) in Dollars, Pounds or any other currency, that Paypal supports. At the moment you will be billed automatically in Euro, the exchange rates will be automatically calculated through Paypal.
If you require an invoice showing Dollar, please contact us.

In short: If there is Paypal available in your country (currently over 100 countries worldwide), you can license music at Proud Music!