Music For Films

Our Music for Films

The favoured music option for film makers around the world, Audio Network's Production Music Library is suitable for films of every genre.

Rights cleared for multi-platform, worldwide use, forever, the catalogue of 213,737 tracks covers every possible style and genre, 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 film.

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 movie. 

To find your ideal music for video click on this link to use the Audio Network’s search facility now.

Featured Composer

Ray Davies

Ray Davies is one of Britain's foremost musicians. He is much sought after throughout the world, whether arranging, conducting, composing or writing lyrics...

Read here for more on Ray Davies.

Featured Blog

'Scoring it Big: Music in Film'

Jack Jewers

"For me, a film starts with the music. Literally. A soundtrack is like a creative hotwire into my brain. Even if a film is still just some scribbled notes and a blank sheet of paper, it needs music to grow..." (Read full blog here)

Our film music in use

The Audio Network Film Catalogue has been used in loads of Films; here are a few of our recent credits:

Recording the score for 'Shalom Kabul'

Audio Network composer Debbie Wiseman and Director Jack Jewers recording the score for the movie 'Shalom Kabul' at the world famous Angel Studios with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

Ray Davies recording at Abbey Road

At Abbey Road Studios recently with the RPO, we caught up with Ray to pick his brains whilst recording his 'Vintage Hollywood' album.

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