SoundTraxx Volume I Royalty Free Music Library Available Now!

Date 12-Nov-2009 2:19:28
Topic: Software News


November 11th, 2009
DiscreetFX Team

DiscreetFX Presents SoundTraxx Volume I Royalty Free Music Library

Available Now!

Chicago, November 11th, 2009 - Visual Effects company DiscreetFX Inc., developer of animated effects elements/transitions for TriCaster, VT[5], SpeedEDIT & Amiga Video Toaster Flyer is teaming up with a long established talented royalty free music developer to bring you an exciting audio library on a G CLEF note flash drive. Also available on primitive antiquated DVD-ROM's or CD-ROM's upon request. Bring some exciting background music to your video productions or Aladdin 4D renders.

Works with all Amiga Video Toaster Flyer, Amiga Virtual Machines (Amiga Forever 2009), MorphOS, Amiga OS 4.x & AROS software that supports the MP3 audio standard.

You have seen the DiscreetFX demo video that shows many of our popular digital video effects. We used one of the included music tracks from this collection. It's been demonstrated time and time again that well created background music enhances that value and enjoyment of any film or video production. Great audio is key to making your videos stand out and be seen. How about enhancing your creations by including a mandatory killer SoundTraxx? If you have not seen the DiscreetFX demo video a link to it is below for your convenience. Samples of the entire collection are also available via the link below to allow you to preview this amazing music collection.

SoundTraxx Music Preview

Amiga/MorphOS DiscreetFX iShop

DiscreetFX Digital Video Effects Video

Virtual Characters Harmony & Mike stated this is one product you will not want to do without. SoundTraxx Volume I Royalty Free Music Library is available immediately for an introductory price of $69.95 for the next 72 hours. After that, the normal price will be $99.95 plus shipping. Order during the sale and priority shipping will be free in the USA. Worldwide shipping will be available at a discounted price.

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