This is one of the best examples of how music can be used to change the complete intention of the storyline in your film or video.
Pretty hysterical how over the top their musical choices are.
They also have a pretty clever sponsorship product placement.
Cha Cha Cha – by Alex Khaskin – a very humorous piece of music that evokes couples dancing, quirkiness and a bit of the MadMen 1950’s vibe. Use this for the comedic sequence leading up to how the families got together, or the bloopers reel or even the credit sequence.
Just When I Had Given Up On Men – by Jeneen Terrana – a love song from the Bride’s point of view. How the couple met. She was swept off her feet!
Commercial music, or as some call it, “spot music” is a world unto its own. For a long time, specialists in this world made hundreds of thousands of dollars per year crafting jingles and soundtracks that make you want to buy. Now that every band, artist and their girlfriend knows that the only real money in the music business is in getting into an iTunes commercial, it seems that established bands are even writing tracks with that end in mind. Yes, you can find many bands that sound like stuff in the latest iTunes spots, but most advertisers do not have the budget of an Apple or the guaranteed exposure. It’s been said that having your song in an iTunes television commercial will guarantee one million sales of that song within the next week!
So here’s a bunch of great tracks that you can license at extremely reasonable rates and download instantly for web-based commercials. For broadcast, just give me a ring and I’ll get you a reasonable quote and license doc within your deadline. Call me, Andrew Ingkavet at 1-888-211-5945. And we’ve got loads more – all royalty free music from 300 Monks – Visionary Music.