We have reworked the search feature completely in our search machine for royalty free music. The search text input field now provides for the first time on our site a facility for complex search queries.
All the search criteria you could up to now only click on can now be entered into our search field, separated by colons.
So now you can search for two instruments, e.g. saxophon, vibraphon at the same time.
Of course, track names and track descriptions are searched as before.
Further feedback on this or any other feature of our library is, as always, highly welcome!
Royalty free music update: We welcome 4 new composers on board. Bjarne O. (Denmark), Anthony Pell (Australia), Simon Brewer (United Kingdom) and Jørn Lavoll (Norway). Furthermore, thera are 83 new tracks for licensing online in our Proud Music Library. You can hear the new tracks in our New Tracks section.
1. A recently viewed tracks box will appear, if you have visited a track details page during your listening session in our search-engine. This makes it easy to return to previously found tracks, if you are listening to a lot of music in a row.
2. There is another reason to click on the details link of a track. We now display related tracks to the one you selected on the details page. If you like a track, simply view its detail page to see, what similar or in a way related tracks we have got. This way you can narrow down your search much easier.
We are now posting News in the Proud Music Blog, instead of being just static. FAQ entries are now written as blog articles as well and allow as such comments and replies by you directly in the blog.
We do hope, to provide an easy way for you to get in touch with us through the blog. We hope to be able to answer open questions about our Proud Music Library, being asked through blog comments, in a short and direct way and/or write new faq entries based on your feedback.
André Schröder produced some new royalty-free impressive chill out and ambiente tracks for the Proud Music Library. You can hear his pre-cleared tracks in the Proud Music Library New Tracks section or just by clicking here:
We are adding a nice little idea for our regular clients: Tracks that have been added recently (i.e. in the last 3 months) are now labeled as such within the search results. When researching music, you can thus listen directly to tracks you might not yet know. Test it!