Cool. Too bad I can't even get my H1 to read the "approved" cards.
While there are lots of great stock music out there, nothing will ever beat a custom theme that no one else will ever have or get to use, nothing will ever beat a cue that is beat for beat made for your project and scene. That is %100 the best way to go if you want a film score.
However, I do see the appeal of having something for those less fortunate or connected to use that is more customizable than a general stock music site. I just think it should be encouraged that...if you DO have the budget and the time for original music...do it.
I'll absolutely give it a try. I've actually suggested it to my boss (We're a marketing facility)
Thank you Richard for a perfectly sensible post that has great points on both sides.
Yeah okay, because that's how that works.
Don't get me wrong. Love the idea and it's potential use for certain applications. I just don't think stock music is very cinematic (specifically in features/shorts), no matter how customizable it might be. Could be useful in temp scoring, but beyond that I can't see using this in anything other than Ads, Commercials, Trailers, etc. Possibly documentaries, but I'll stick to original music for my Shorts / Features.