Hey FPMers! Here's what's going on at Freeplay Music:

Since the launch of our newly updated freeplaymusic.com site in August, we've had over 900,000 licenses, of which almost 700,000 licenses are for Free Use on YouTube! We've been averaging over 100,000 licenses each month - thanks to all of you! 

With over 165,000 new users registering on freeplaymusic.com since the relaunch, 42,700 of those new users registered in the new year! Thank you!!!

We add new music and new composers from around the world to the Freeplay Music library daily so keep checking back for newly uploaded music to use in all of your YouTube videos and more! Don't forget we've now stream-lined our entire licensing process!
 
With our constant adding of new composers and artists into the Freeplay Music catalog, we've uploaded over 600 volumes of brand new music since the relaunch of freeplaymusic.com in August!! 

We've expanded our genres to everything you can possibly think of, from cinematic, rock, electronica, blues, soundtrack all the way to industrial, funk, nursery rhymes, quirky and opera so all of our users can have as many possible categories to search through. We pride ourselves on our quality of music as well as having great relationships with our composers! 

We also offer an exclusive agreement to all of our composers, now allowing them higher revenue participation. If anyone is interested in the benefits of becoming an exclusive composer, how it works or would like to know more about it please call us or email thanos@freeplaymusic.com for more info! If you would like to submit your music for possible consideration into the Freeplay Music library, please click here!
 
Also, feel free to listen to our latest playlist with the newest music uploaded on freeplaymusic.com here!
 
And don't forget to check out the following TV shows with Freeplay Music placements: Talking Dead, Walking Dead, HostagesMike & Molly and The Big Bang Theory!!

Please feel free to give us your feedback on our site or send in any questions/comments to contact@freeplaymusic.com.

Thanks for using Freeplay Music! :)   




Orchestral styled soundtracks ranging from slow, dramatic pieces, to adrenaline racing, fast paced action/adventure. These tracks utilize a wide selection of different instruments and tempos to create an assortment of different feels and textures. Orchestral Soundtracks Volume 1 combines traditional orchestral music, with a more soundtrack style to create a high quality collection of movie ready music. This collection will bring life to the sonic dimension of your next production.


Light soundtrack music incorporating an assortment of different styles and feels. Each track within Cinematic Moods Volume 4 tells a story of its own. Simple, expressive melodies sit over a wide range of different textures, in order to create a top-notch selection of different feels. These tracks will sit right in the background of your production, and help to fill in any sonic holes,while contributing to the overall mood of the production.


Another top-notch volume from the electronic rock duo DJ Mar N Dean. By using aspects of both rock and electronica, Rock Electronica Volume 5 develops a style of its own. Heavy guitar riffs over rocking back-beat drums, layered with thick ambient textures to create a remarkable timbre that can't be matched. These tracks engulf the listener into a wonderful state of being, and give you that raw rock attitude when needed. An excellent collection of tunes!

U2 and Will Smith on Jimmy Fallon's new 'Tonight Show'

Mariah Carey and Lady Gaga also make cameos at Fallon's first night hosting the NBC late-night institution.

 

A new era of late-night TV began just after midnight on Feb. 18, when NBC aired the first "Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon." The episode taped on Monday afternoon (Feb. 17), however, at the network's 30 Rockefeller Plaza headquarters in New York City.

 

To thunderous applause and with a Cheshire cat grin, Jimmy Fallon walked on to the stage at the NBC Studio in New York Monday night -- the new host in the old home of the "Tonight Show."

 

"I am Jimmy Fallon and I will be your host -- for now," he said, a pointed reference to the exit-enter-exit history of the last host, Jay Leno. His first joke out of the way, he spent the next few minutes introducing himself to the audience -- his childhood, his family, his career. He was pretty subdued through it all.

 

But then when the formalities were out of the way, he re-entered the show through the gigantic blue curtains -- the ever-hip Roots playing him in -- and started his show proper: the usual monologue and his usual over-eager but gracious self.

The laughs came easy. And even before the new show's first guests appeared -- Will Smith and U2 -- a parade of celebrities walked up and dumped money on Fallon's desk. Why? "To my buddy who said that I'd never be the host of 'The Tonight Show,' and you know who you are," Fallon said, "you owe me a hundred bucks, buddy." And out came Lady Gaga, Kim Kardashian, Rudy Guliani, Mike Tyson and many others, slapping down bills.

 

During the rest of the show, Fallon pulled out old bits with fresh takes -- such as an evolution of hip-hop dancing with Will Smith and 'Late Night Superlatives.'

 

With Fallon at the helm, the show moves back to New York for the first time since then-host Johnny Carson took it to Los Angeles in 1972. 

 

 

(billboard.com and cnn.com)


 Pete Hawkes

Pete Hawkes is a Freeplay composer from Lake Macquarie, Australia. He learned how to play guitar from an old waterlogged guitar that his dad used as a paddle when he was stuck out in the lake having lost his oars. His first professional gig was at 16, playing slide guitar for a Newcastle band. Now, he composes and plays all types of music, from blues, to folk, to classical and all in between. He has currently recorded over 780 pieces. He likes to try new things, like playing the cello and flugelhorn together, or Celtic music arranged for a string quartet. Pete feels that "categories shouldn't be applied to music, it's just sound."

 

Please check out some of his music below! 

 

Acoustic Guitar Volume 15 

Acoustic Moods Volume 1 

Ambient Figures Volume 12 

Chamber Music Volume 1

Intense Drama Volume 2 

Public Domain Remixed Volume 2 

World Acoustic Volume 1 




As per Freeplay's Terms of Use, Freeplay offers free network synchronization to all BMI / ASCAP & SESAC, national network content broadcasts in exchange for music cue sheet compliance. 

Want to know if you qualify? Please contact us at contact@freeplaymusic.com  


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