Blog

  • 07 Mar 2010

    Announcing the INDIE 500 Drive, a collection of Indie tracks from Sonoton’s collaborations with Indie artists and musicians...

  • 17 Feb 2010

    "I'm just watching for the ads" is a phrase all-too-often spoken by football fans whose teams have, unfortunately, cut their seasons short. Once again, the big game is upon us and whether you watch to cheer on your team or simply like the half-time entertainment, everyone plans to watch for the next great commercial to discuss at the watercooler on Monday - We here at APM think you just might like these...

  • 15 Feb 2010

    Brian Brasher, guitarist, writer and founding member of heavyweight Rock band CREED, rocks the house with 2 recent CD releases for Sonoton.

    SCD 791, Rock Your Face Off, and SCDV 32, Action Rock, are the newest Rock giants in the library. Heavily used for sports, dramatic action, suspense, and action rock, these tracks can only have been written by a successful bandleader who also knows a thing or two about the Music Library business.

  • 12 Jan 2010

    What makes the new SCDC Classical Series superior to all other classical music series available in the production music market? The natural dynamics of classical music can be a major problem when the music is used as background, often too quiet to be heard, or so loud that it can disturb the mood or interfere with dialogue. To avoid these problems all SCDC tracks have been newly remastered from the original renowned SUPRAPHON recordings with careful and subtle limiting and compression, making the quietest music audible and the loudest naturally quieter.

  • 14 Nov 2008


    Official Podcast of The Hollywood
    Reporter/Billboard Film & TV
    Music Conference

    LOS ANGELES (Nov 14, 2008) -- The Film and TV Music Podcast sponsored by APM Music, which features candid interviews with composers, music supervisors and industry insiders discussing the business of music for picture, is the official podcast of the Hollywood Reporter/Billboard Film & TV Music Conference for the third year in a row.