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May 23, 2008 /

New Soundbooth Score Packs Available on Resource Central

We’ve added additional Soundbooth Scores for purchase that you can access via Resource Central. There are now a total of 9 genre specific Score packs that each contain 5 Soundbooth Scores. Soundbooth Scores are royalty-free music that can be customized to fit with your video or interactive project. You can stretch or shrink them to fit a specific length as well as customize the volume level, intensity and instrumentation. We included 30 for free in CS3 with these additional ones available for purchase on-line.

If you have have Soundbooth CS3 you can get to Resource Central under the ‘Windows’ menu (note: it requires an internet connection). Once the Resource Central panel comes up just click on the “Soundbooth Scores” tab and you will see a list of Scores in the following genres: atmospheric, blues and country, easy listening, electronic, funk/rock/blues, seasonal, urban and world. They can be purchased for $69 (US) each and used as many times as you want. You can also preview each of them before you purchase. So if you are looking for royalty-free music and you need something beyond the 30 Scores that are included in Soundbooth CS3, please go to Resource Central and checkout the additional 45 Scores that are available.

-Lawson

UPDATE: Included with the each of the Score bundles is a content license PDF file that grants you specific re-use rights within your own derivative works. This license is included in each of the .zip files that contain the Scores.

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  • By Caleb Dougherty - 11:54 AM on September 18, 2008  

    Most of the music just wont work for a corporate setting.

  • By Lawson - 2:35 PM on September 22, 2008  

    Hi Caleb,Can you elaborate as to why you feel the Score music won’t work for a corporate setting. Thanks.Lawson

  • By Jorgo Kusters - 7:14 AM on February 23, 2009  

    Hi,I have just used soundbooth to create a 15 second leader tune. Now I want to duplicate, and I’m getting into trouble since I need a paper which declares it is royalty free. Anybody know what is up with that? (Since I am Dutch, the copyright protector, BUMA-STEMRA needs to sign off on something before the duplication company is allowed to copy the disc).???????

  • By Chuck Braman - 4:24 PM on February 25, 2009  

    It’s hard to believe that after two versions there are only a couple handfuls of scores available. I’m working on a project where the client needs 13 tracks in the lounge style. Soundbooth has exactly zero. Unless there is someplace to find scores outside of Resource Central.

  • By Charles Cunliffe - 3:38 PM on July 29, 2010  

    I want to know if NY of the soundbooth music that shows up in resource central is free, or do I have to buy it, and if so how exactly. You do realize that sonicFire Pro is very easy to use and they give us much more free music than the 2 clips in soundbooth, come on guys we spend thousands for your software and deserve better. SFP is FREE!!!!

  • By Ron Day - 4:49 PM on July 29, 2010  

    Hey Charles,

    All Scores and Sound Effects found in Resource Central (within Soundbooth CS5) are free to download. Once downloaded, you can drag and drop any audio asset from Resource Central directly into the application (multitrack for scores, or sound effects into either the single-asset editor or a track in multitrack).

    I hope that answers your question.

    –Ron

  • By I C - 8:09 PM on June 10, 2012  

    I agree with the people above. The scores are of poor variety, not suitable for corporate promos e.g.