How To Make Money With Stock Music Libraries
About The Course:
"How To Make Money With Stock Music Libraries" is a 100 minute course taught by the Canadian musician Aaron Saloman and faciliated by Aaron Davison. The course is instantly accessible online and features a 100 minute hour audio, multiple samples of tracks Aaron has licensed, a stock music library contact section and more. The course features the most in depth information related specifically to making money with stock music libraries available.
About Aaron Saloman
Aaron Saloman has composed music for video games including American Idol Mobile and Critter Crunch PSN (Best Downloadable Game, 2010 Canadian Video Game
Awards), and had his music used in shows including Gone too Far and Teen Cribs (MTV),
Departures (Outdoor Life Network, National Geographic Adventure), American Pickers (History Channel), The TO Show (VH1), Real Housewives of Atlanta (Bravo), The Bitter End (Canadian web show), Get a Life/Grouille-Toi (TVOntario), The Imploders (TLC), Party Down (Starz), Joan & Melissa: Joan Knows Best (WE tv), Chris and John to the Rescue (OutTV, MTV Logo), and Gourmet Adventures with Ruth (PBS), to name just a few.
He has also produced recordings by Eleanore Altman, Lakeport Auto Electric, James Blondeau, Stephanie Jones (with Grammy winner Esperanza Spalding on bass), and many others. Aaron is currently based in the musical hotbed of Montréal, QC, Canada.
Additional Shows That Have Used Aaron's music:
- Last Chance Highway
- 1 Girl 5 Gays
- 16 and Pregnant
- Teen Mom
- Baby’s First Day
- MTV News
- BET News
- Gene Simmons Family Jewels
- Auction Kings
- Being Terry Kennedy
- The Family Crews
- Flipping Out
- Enough Already with Peter Walsh
- Desert Car Kings
- Rob Drydek’s Fantasy Factory
- Extreme Couponing
- What Not To Wear
- Finding Amelia
- Sunday Best
- Whitetail Freaks
- My Life as Liz
Here's what you'll get when you purchase "How To Make Money With Stock Music Libraries":
1) 100 minute audio course - stream online or download to listen when and where you'd like.
2) Samples of Aaron's songs that he's licensed. Listen to the songs that sell the best and earn Aaron the most.
3) Free resource section listing different music libraries you can get started with.
4) Screen shots of exact editing techniques Aaron uses to create clean stock music edits.
For a free video course on how to write music for film, television and ads, visit http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/