Crowd funding has become one of the most effective, and user friendly, ways to raise funds. Whether you’re an artist trying to get your work produced, an inventor with a great idea, or simply trying to help a friend in need, crowd funding can be a powerful tool. Sites like Kickstarter, GoFundMe, and Indiegogo have given users a simple way to spread their message and request contributions. But, the concept has caught on like wildfire and there’s plenty of steep competition trying to get that $$$. Here are five tips to make your crowd funding video stand out in the crowd. Continue reading
Tis the season for sweet snowboarding videos chock full of insane ollies and grabs down the pipe. But, no helmet cam footage is complete without a pumping track to back it up. We’ve curated five royalty free stock tracks that’ll do your tailgrab justice.
Powerful high energy rock track featured overdrive distorted guitars, edgy synth sounds and pounding drums.
Trends come and go, but they were big in their moment. 2017 produced a boat load of great music trends, especially for us Tunefruit audiophiles. Here we recap some of the 2017 stock music trends we’ll look back on fondly, while sipping our unicorn frappucinos.
Ukulele still holding strong for upbeat, light corporate and advertising- claps, snaps and whistling.
A new year is always kicked off with plenty of new beginnings, and new resolutions, and new ideas – NEW! NEW! NEW! But music is a special animal that finds its inspo in the past. So, we want to start our new year with an inspirational tribute to the awesome contributions of those musical maestros we lost in 2017. Here we’ve paired up some cool stock music that was definitely inspired by these fallen giants.
The corporate holiday party is like watching Kanye West at an awards show… could be the most memorable event of the year, the most dreaded, or both. It’s gonna be the legendary lore of countless water cooler chats, why not make a year-end recap video the star of the party? (…instead of Sheila’s bad sheet cake.) Here’s five tips on how to make your ‘year in review’ one to remember. Continue reading