On the Vine ~ Music Festival Season

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Music FestivalMusic festival season is here at last! Soon, music fanatics will be hitting the road for a weekend full of electric performances by their favorite artists. In today’s blog, we highlight a few of the biggest music festivals across the United States.

Coachella: The 2018 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival will occur in Indio, California on the second and third weekends in April. This lively festival features musical artist from multiple genres, from Beyonce to Miguel, as well as delicious food and pieces of art from up and coming artists. Get hyped with this fresh EDM track:

Up All Night by jtnutt12

 

CMA Festival: CMA Fest takes place June 7th-June 10th in Nashville, Tennessee. Some of the headlining acts that will have Nissan Stadium rocking this year are Carrie Underwood, Blake Shelton, Lee Ann Womack, and Keith Urban. You’re sure to see plenty of boots and smiling faces as country music’s greatest artists take the stage!

Madly Crazy Here (docs) by Sweetersongs

 

Bonnaroo: Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival will take place in Manchester, Tennessee June 7th-10th. This year’s hot lineup includes Eminem, Sturgill Simpson, The Killers, and Alison Wonderland. Besides a weekend packed full of talented performers, you can also experience camping like never before, interactive parades, and yearly projects.

Original Shady by HB3

 

Electric Forest 2018: Electric Forest is held in Rothbury, Michigan June 21st-24th and June 28th-July 1st. The lineup will feature The String Cheese Incident, Marshmello, and Zhu alongside many other great artists! This whimsical yet electronic music festival draws inspiration from the forest.

Tale by Turreekk Music

 

Like what you heard and want to hear more? Head over to www.tunefruit.com for a wide range of royalty free tracks to fit whatever your needs may be. Happy festivaling!



Tunefruit is Going Bananas: Searching for the Right Video Soundtrack

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Finding the right soundtrack for your video can be painful. First, you have to go to Google and search for “royalty free music” or “music for video,” and then sift through the endless options of sites that pop up. Some are great, and some, not so much. Either way, you only want to know how to find the right piece of music for the right price. We get it. And because we play one on TV (a music licensing company, that is), we will show you how we handle searching for music on our website, www.tunefruit.com.

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Hey, hey, hey! Look at that … a big ol’ search button! Sweet. So, on Tunefruit, you have several choices for conducting a music search:

  • Type in a word (similar artist, time, feeling, place, thing, etc.) and hit “search”
  • Select a genre (style of music, for example, World, Electronic / Dance, Funk)
  • Inspect the Tunefruit Freshpicks for the “greatest hits” collection
  • Click on a popular tag

So, what’s the cool thing about our special search bar? We spend countless hours doing something we call Deep Tagging™ on each track. If you have no idea exactly what you’re looking for, but your video is about something like an enormous breakfast sandwich; just type in “bacon,” “breakfast” or “cup of joe.” You’ll get results that will actually work for your video. (Man, are we hungry. …)

Being specific with these searches is the key. Don’t just search for “action” when you want “Raiders of the Lost Ark.” And don’t just search for “pop” when you want “Katy Perry.” You’re a creative person, so be creative with your searches. The Tunefruit system is smart—like Siri smart. Try it; you’ll like it.

Once you choose your method of search, this screen will appear:

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This is the brass ring of Tunefruit’s simple search, folks. Now all you have to do is “mouse over” each track and a preview track immediately starts playing. Sweet! No need to click further unless you want to license or delve deeper into the track info. And this is what makes the process of searching for music a breeze!