Digital Design, Production and Services by C.P.Bryan
Welcome to the web contact and information portal for the software development
and multimedia production activities of C.P.Bryan. Since the mid 1990s, Bryan has been exploring the creative possibilities of digital media, software development and Internet connectivity.
Featured Application Service:
The FREESOUNDTRACKMUSIC.COM online library of royalty free music connects video creators to music composers, simplifying the process of finding and licensing background music for film and multimedia productions.
Spring 2020: New additions to the Free Soundtrack Music Library:
May 3: Melodic Pictures have a new collection of theme music for children's video productions. Starting on May 3rd, new compositions will be added daily to the free soundtrack music library. Some of the upcoming new titles include "Kittens and Ducklings", "Talking Dog" and "Stomping Through Puddles". Here is a preview track from the new collection, titled "Can`t stop laughing":
April 29: New recording from guitarist Ilya Truhanov titled "Tre Grazie" is a relaxing, heartfelt musical journey with elements of Tango and Flamenco providing an amorous, relaxing audio background for a range of different video production subjects. Preview of Tre Grazie:
April 28: Five new tracks have been added by Canadian Composer Rick Dickert:
Rick Dickert Preview #1, Swagger: "Punchy, classic rock inspired arrangement of electric guitars, piano, bass and drums suggested to underscore retro scenes, backstreet urban settings and anticipation of aggressive sports sequences."
Rick Dickert Preview #2, Cherry Street: "Laidback Latin-inspired arrangement of piano, guitar, vibraphone, organ, bass and drums suggested to underscore scenes of leisure, vacation sequences and casual dining settings."
To find out about how to license music using the Free Soundtrack Music System, watch the introductory video:
The following YouTube video explains how to become a registered user of the F.S.M. system and how the interface works. Plus, the video serves double duty as a sampler, because all of the background music used in the video is available in the F.S.M. library: