- Provide music of the highest quality;
- Simple licensing: make it quick and easy for you to use our music;
- Offer outstanding personal service;
- Only list our own exclusive tracks;
- Offer significant cost savings over traditional music libraries
What does that mean for you?
It means we're more than just a website. We're more than just a big long list of music tracks. We're at the end of the phone, we're a sounding board, we offer advice and tips, we make changes, we save you time, we save you money, we do the things that make people come back to us time after time.
Why use our music?
All music in the Cinephonix library is pre-cleared and ready for you to use immediately, forever. In a multi-platform world our music is pre-cleared for multi-platform use, worldwide, so no re-negotiating licenses for different territories. Find out more by reading our Music Licensing Help page.
We’re Highly Selective. We Only Sell Music We Own
We are not an aggregator of cheap non-exclusive music. We own all our music exclusively. You can’t find it anywhere else on the web. We work closely with our composers to make sure our music library offers the highest standard of music tracks. This means that your music search takes you less time, providing you with better results in a shorter search period.
The Cinephonix Team
Cinephonix was founded by Antony Brown and Anthony Walters.
Antony Brown heads up Cinephonix’s the creative operation. Antony is a graduate of the Guitar Institute, Hollywood, having gained a place by winning the Fender/MI worldwide guitar competition. After years of successful touring with his band, Antony began composing for film and TV as well as sound editing in London’s Soho. Antony is also a certified Apple and Adobe instructor. Anthony Brown met Anthony Walters in early 2006. Shortly after, they launched the Cinephonix composer agency, which has now grown to span an agency business for custom music, and the Cinephonix music library.
Anthony Walters manages all corporate and commercial aspects of the business. Anthony has a background in structured finance, largely in film, TV and other media assets. Anthony has raised and managed funds that have financed film and TV productions ranging from UK independents such as "Ladies In Lavender" with Maggie Smith and Judi Dench, through to major Hollywood movies such as "Tropic Thunder", starring Ben Stiller, "Eagle Eye", "Knowing" with Nicholas Cage and the highly successful teen vampire flick "Twilight". Anthony still sits on the board of various film and TV companies.
Myles Clarke heads up Central Line, our commercial music arm. For the past fourteen years Myles has worked extensively in studios with a massive selection of acts, across a spread of genres… From Heaven 17 to The Who, from Primal Scream to Steps. However, it’s actually through his continued work with up and coming, and completely independent acts that he’s become passionate about growing real world, profitable and profile building opportunities for Artists, that aid them on their journey, rather than kick them down.
Myles started his career at Strongroom, Metropolis and September Sound studios working with artists such as Nick Lowe, Afro Celt Sound System, St Etienne, Pet Shop Boys, Orbital, The Music, Erasure, Heaven 17, McAlmont and Butler, Sneaker Pimps, Primal Scream, Turin Brakes, Beta Band, Divine Comedy, S Club 7, Steps, Feeder, David Gray, Kylie Minogue, The Prodigy, Underworld and Pete Heller. He later moved to Pete Townshend’s Oceanic studio, and became chief engineer where he was involved in many more recording projects with Rachel Fuller, Casbah Club, Billy Nicholls, Echo Strings, Ten Pole Tudor and of course, The Who. Working with a musician widely known for pushing artistic boundaries also meant that there have been many off-the-wall projects. Guerilla style webcasts (with performances by guests such as Lou Reed, Tenacious D, The Magic Numbers, Adele, Regina Spektor, The Flaming Lips, The Kooks, Editors, The Raconteurs and Billy Corgan) as well as The Lifehouse Method (where Myles was involved in creating a sound pallet for a generative music site that created a personal musical portrait for the user.
Myles then spent summer of 2008 working with Marius De Vries on various projects (Rod Stewart, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Teddy Thompson, Easy Virtue movie soundtrack) before taking on his own studio in East London. He continued producing, engineering and programming with artists such as Sparkadia, Kid Harpoon, Nicola Roberts, Clare Maguire, Hoodlums, Belakiss, Cocknbullkid, Slow Club and SheMakesWar.
Myles maintains his working relationship with Pete Townshend, recently working on The Who’s performance at the Olympic Games closing ceremony and offering his ears as ‘Quality Control’ on the 2012 Quadrophenia Deluxe Edition.
Who we have worked with
We've done everything from Emmy Award winning TV programmes, films, right through to the more obscure – such as music for a boat launch. (You need to get the timing right for when the champagne hits the hull!) Find out more about our clients and customers here.
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