Cinephonix blog posts

Finding the right music to fit in with your video project can be a challenging process. You spend hours and hours searching through music libraries for a track and when you find one you think will work, you slip it into the edit and it turns out it’s not quite right. You’re then back to the drawing board and square 1. That’s why we’ve put together some top tips on how to discover the best music for your videos. 

Composer Interview with Bob Good

Bob Good is a traditional British composer whose compositions have been scored for TV documentaries, films, adverts, election campaigns and many more. With over 100 tracks in the Cinephonix library, we thought it was only right to catch up with Bob to chat about his previous scores, inspirations and plans for 2017.

With the January blues out of the way and the new 50 Shades film out on 10th February, we thought it would only be appropriate to share our top 5 movie love songs with you. These tracks have become some of the most iconic romantic tunes in history, so let's take a break from the sultry side of things and take a look at the more amorous affairs to awaken your Valentine's Day passion.

We’ve all experienced the frustration of video editing; spending hours upon hours trying to navigate a video timeline! That’s why we love Adobe Premiere Pro, the best video editing software to cut out the frustration and keep your workflow running as efficiently as possible, all at the touch of your fingertips. You may be a beginner to Premiere Pro or you could be an expert, either way, we’re sure you’ll benefit from our hints and tips to really make you feel like a Pro!

Cinephonix Composer Interview

Australian composer Luke Gartner-Brereton has written music extensively for film, media, TV and online spanning a range of genres, styles and moods. Now, he joins us to chat about his inspirations, hobbies and upcoming plans for 2017.

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