Music For Documentaries
- Our Music for Documentaries
- How We can Help You
- Featured Tracks
- Featured Composer
- Our Documentary Music in Use
- Sheffield DocFest 2013
Our Music for Documentaries
If you're looking for original, high quality music created with your documentary in mind, then you've come to the right place.
The Audio Network production music library contains over 162,050 original tracks and arrangements that are pre-cleared worldwide, forever.
Created by authentic musicians across every continent, our catalogue covers every genre you may need, from:
In the unlikely event that you can't find exactly what you are looking for, you can contact us to request a piece of unique and specially composed music for you documentary.
How We Can Help You
Audio Network understands that finding the right music can be a tricky task. In order to get the perfect tracks, Audio Network regularly commissions bespoke music compositions from a stable of over 400 composers.
To provide that extra bit of personal assistance, Audio Network can even offer a music consultancy and advisory service to filmmakers and producers.
In short, Audio Network is the only production music company you’ll need when it comes to finding the right music for your documentary.
To find your ideal music for video click on this link to use the Audio Network’s search facility now.
Philip has written successful themes and underscore music for many major television documentaries and entertainment programmes including The Queen Mother (Channel 4), Atlantic Convoys (Channel 4), She Wolves (BBC) and Keep Your Enemies Close (BBC1).
Read here for more on Philip Guyler.
Our documentary music in use
The Audio Network Documentary Catalogue has been used in loads of documentaries; here are a few of our recent credits:
Sheffield DocFest 2013
Watch the highlights from our week up at Sheffield DocFest 2013. We held a panel 'Music for Docs: Creativity, Choices & Clearing Rights' with composer Philip Sheppard, Director/Producer Lindsey Dryden and Director Glyn Middleton.
Don't miss our panel next year.