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Various - Music Recorded Library album download

Performer: Various
Title: Music Recorded Library
Style: Theme
Released: 1970
Size MP3 version: 1727 mb
Size FLAC version: 1323 mb
Size WMA version: 1841 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 577
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Genre: Screen - Stage

Various - Music Recorded Library album download


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An album is a collection of audio recordings issued as a collection on compact disc (CD), vinyl, audio tape, or another medium. Albums of recorded music were developed in the early 20th century as individual 78-rpm records collected in a bound book resembling a photograph album; this format evolved after 1948 into single vinyl LP records played at 33 1⁄3 rpm. Vinyl LPs are still issued, though album sales in the 21st-century have mostly focused on CD and MP3 formats.

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WRITING LIBRARY MUSIC: Basic Guidelines. Within this field, there is a market for memorable tunes, but these can create their own problems. A major orchestral recording one month, or an album originated on sophisticated MIDI-based systems the next. WHAT ATTRACTION? What then is the attraction of library music for the new composer?

Various artists compilations are compilation albums that feature tracks by more than one artist. To get the most out of compilations, making them more navigable in your music library, you need to treat them differently to other albums. Unlike albums, various artist compilations do not make up one contiguous body of work by an artist. This means they often require some form of separation while navigating. For instance, say you are interesting in playing an entire album by one particular artist

Library music dates back to the 1950s, when the boom in TV shows, films, advertising, and radio produced a near endless need for musical themes (or "cues," as they're often called). Having a stack of library music on hand was cheaper than commissioning a group of artists to go into a studio and record a new composition, and so the impeccably played work of anonymous session musicians reached audiences of millions.

In 1959, the library merged with Peter Maurice Publishing to form the new KPM Music Group. The mid-1960s were KPM's golden years. Robin Phillips-head of KPM after Desmond Irwin-launched the KPM 1000 series (fondly known as "Greensleeves," due to the uniform dark green LP covers) introducing writers from jazz, pop and other contemporary fields. KPM has always embraced new technology both in the way music is recorded and pressed. In November 1984, KPM released the album "Surprise Surprise" on compact disk; one of the first CDs ever made in the UK. KPM became the first music library to move away from vinyl and work exclusively in CD format. During this time KPM's composer roster moved into new waters, reflecting the changes in pop and dance music.

Tracklist

A1 Opening Gambit 1:44
A2 Cut And Thrust 1:02
A3 Duologue 1:16
A4 Artful Persuasion 1:42
A5 Stalemate 1:02
A6 Surface Calm 1:38
A7 Ultimatum 0:28
A8 Thunder Clouds 1:05
A9 Black Shapes 1:02
B1 Rain Drops 1:14
B2 Pastel Percussion 1:19
B3 Chain Reaction 1:35
B4 Breaking Point 0:36
B5 Tension Timps 0:30
B6 Goose Pimples 1:15
B7 Web Of Fear 1 0:11
B8 Web Of Fear 2 0:11
B9 Web Of Fear 3 0:07
B10 Web Of Fear 4 0:11
B11 Web Of Fear 5 0:16
B12 Go Go Stop 0:05
B13 Express Lift 0:05
B14 Positive End 0:06
B15 Terror 0:06
B16 Staccato End 0:06
B17 The Moment Of The Truth 3:38

Credits

  • Composed By – Derrick Mason (tracks: A1 to A7), Michael Carr (tracks: B17), Syd Dale (tracks: B1 to B16)