Technology.am (July 15, 2009) — Advanced Media Group (AMG) released Soundtracks for iMovie, designed for multimedia projects, podcasts, slideshows, Web sites, and for iMovie files. Soundtracks for movies cost $50 and will be available from Apple’s US on-line store this week.
Soundtracks for iMovie are designed to make your home movies unique and sound as if you composed your own music specifically for them. The developer has posted a selection of tracks you can check out for yourself.
Soundtracks for iMovie gives you a huge library of high-quality music, specifically designed for use ‘to picture’ so that you never need to compromise with a soundtrack that’s anything less than the pros demand.
It gives iLife users and fanatics access to the background tracks that the pros use to make your home and personal projects sizzle.
The package contains 529 production movie tracks in MP3 format of between a minute and three and a half minutes long. They are designed for quick searching via iTunes tags and can be automatically integrated into your title.
All tracks are original compositions, though some will echo popular music styles or trends. All are designed to have easy edit points to create music of a perfect duration as needed by the videographer.
The software is licensed for personal use only, however commercial licenses are available as an option. It’s available for order now from Samples-now.com and is distributed in the US by Dr. Bott.