21st January 2013

Music for Productions Launches New Website

mini-orbyToronto-based Music for Productions has just launched a new website in response to the demand for stock music and production music library services. The new website features an innovative, modern design, more user-friendly navigation and features close to 28,000 tracks. MFP has acquired several new catalogues and expanded their offering considerably. For now clients can navigate from the old site to the new one and select either one when doing a search. MFP will phase out the original site within the next year.

“We are now in a position to compete with the big libraries out there,” says Jean Anfossi owner of MFP. “With this new site in place we are now in a position to offer our clients more music and better options to source, browse and license music for their production. We can now offer great volume discounts, combination rates, production blanket and ‘per-episode’ deals,” says Anfossi.

Music for Productions offers four types of services:

  • production music libraries (stock music)
  • song catalogue
  • custom scoring
  • music supervision services

Some of the new features on the new Music For Productions site include:

  • pre-selected tracks in a playlist format
  • access to the interface to easily organize and email tracks
  • saved searches and downloads in broadcast quality

This is a pay for what you need service so that you minimize expenses on music while finding production quality tracks in a variety of genres.

This entry was posted on Monday, January 21st, 2013 at 7:34 am and is filed under Business News, Digital Products, National News. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
  1. Tami Quiring (@VillageGamer)
    11:34 pm on January 20th, 2013

    Toronto’s Music for Productions Launches New Website http://t.co/uB7sx56K

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