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News 2017:
January 2017:
Three new tracks for January from Rob Belfiore of New York, New York, diverge somewhat from his regular dramatic, orchestral style. "Daily Dosage" (a FREEBEE), is a kind of Funk Disco Jam which may remind you of Daft Punk's latest album. Check out the new tracks on his music listing page @

February 2017:
New Hip-hop artist: "Olah" adds a selection of mellow beats with a modern urban chillout vibe. Check it out on his new track listing page @ HERE.

Current Production for July 2016:

"Chronicles of The Weird West" is a new series of soundtrack music compositions produced by C.P.Bryan. Tracks include "Alien Tumbleweeds", "Lament For Westworld" and "Shootout In Rhumbaville". Most of the music from this project is available for royalty free licensing from To audition full length versions of this weird western music, go to the [project homepage located here].
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About The Internet Annex:
The Internet Annex was originally started by C.P.Bryan as the online contact point and information source for software development projects managed by his company InterAnnex Web Applications. In the years since the intial website launch, the range of activities has expanded to include music/multimedia production and online music sales. As of Winter 2015/2016, this site will serve mainly as the launch pad for a variety of different products, services and active development projects which have their own dedicated web portals...

News for Spring 2016:
New music releases to sync with the early arrival of warm summer-like vibes. Check out the upbeat and sunny disposition of the new techno release entitled "Bright Night Sky". As usual, all new music productions from C.P.Bryan are available for use in videos. More information on all of the available royalty free music from C.P.Bryan HERE. Also new for May 2016: A new epic progressive electronic composition from Australia's Noisy Oyster: "Steep Steps". This mammoth track clocks in at over 9-minutes in length and should be well suited for sci-fi, fantasy and/or any video productions with a high-technology or futuristic theme. Check out Noisy Oyster Production Music HERE.

The Digimatica Blogs:
Blogs, essays, tips and tricks for making the most of the DIGITAL MEDIA REVOLUTION are now located in a subfolder of The Internet Annex. This material was originally part of a separate online portal, but has now been archived here:

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