Good News! MFP just renewed their agreement for the show “ON VA S’COUCHER MOINS NIAISEUX” on canal Z télé / Season 5 for 20 episodes! Music from composer Andrew Patrick O. http://ow.ly/oOWJ9
Bonne Nouvelle! MFP viens tout juste de renouveler notre entente pour une autre saison de “ON VA S’COUCHER MOINS NIAISEUX” sur canal Z télé / Saison 5 pour 20 episodes! Voici une interview avec Patrick Roy (Season 4). Musique d’Andrew Patrick O. http://ow.ly/oOTuj
Toronto, Canada — Music for Productions has just announced that they have added new stock music to their online database, which has been composed by new composers to join the MFP team including, Margaret Maria, an award winning Canadian Cellist. Her first 3 pieces are now available in the stock music collection through the Music for Productions (MFP) website.
MFP is also working with USA composer Josh Auer on 11 exclusive tracks for the MFP catalog. Four of his tracks are now available online. Including, “Here to Stay,” “The Best Year,” and “The World from Above.” These songs can be described as “inspirational rock,” combining acoustics, piano and providing the track with an overall indie pop feel.
Music for Productions routinely works with new composers to be able to provide the most comprehensive collection of stock music for productions. The company was founded in April 2005, and is Canada’s first on-line full-service supplier of music for productions. The company offers four types of services: production music libraries, a song catalogue, custom scoring and music supervision services. The Music for Productions website is designed with usability and convenience in mind. Tracks are available 24/7 and producers, editors and music supervisors can source and license music from the comfort of their offices and studios.
To learn more about the stock music service and for updates on the release of new tracks, contact MFP directly.
Music for Productions
12 Bonfield Avenue
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Toll Free: 1-888-MFP-MUSIC
Marruci Sports using MFP music again. This time it’s a dramatic scene setter track for a new batting helmet http://ow.ly/owdDF