I need to find music clips to go with some home videos. This one of Amsterdam
is 2:45. This one of Bacharach Germany
is 4:02 and this one of Frankfurt
is 3:11. The clips are for my own purposes only. I share them with friends and family as reminders of the vacation time we had together. The music should be easy enough for most people to enjoy/tolerate, not too mainstream and should be perky(ish). Here is an example of a video I made on Whitehorse, Yukon
where I live. I'm looking for the same sort of vibe for the other videos. [more inside]
posted by YukonQuirm
on Sep 17, 2011 -
My parents have finally converted their old 8mm home movies to digital format and I've been tasked with adding music and editing. What are some good songs to use for background music for movies shot from roughly 1960 through 1983? [more inside]
posted by entropicamericana
on May 10, 2011 -
I've fallen in love with this song
sung on A Praire Home Companion (starts around 0:26:36). Can ya'll give me some suggestions as to similar tunes? [more inside]
posted by parkbench
on Jul 9, 2010 -
Right now we play music using the iMac in our living room. But in our new apartment the computer is going to be in the office. How can I get the tunes out of there and into the adjacent living room? [more inside]
posted by Beardman
on Apr 19, 2010 -
What Windows XP-compatible software is closest in feel and functionality to Garageband? Apple's music making package is one of the things I miss about my old Mac, but for now I am stuck with working on two PCs. The last AskMeFi question on this was five years ago
; I've tried Acid and Audacity and hate them both. Help me get my groove back!
posted by skylar
on Feb 20, 2010 -
I'm looking for resources for a home school music appreciation curriculum. I'd like to start at 'the beginning' (what is music, what are its origins) and work my way up to present day music. The age range is 7-9 years old.
I would prefer not to buy a package, but if there is one that is particularly good, I'm not totally against the idea.
posted by GernBlandston
on Oct 10, 2007 -
What's the best and least expensive way to setup a zoned audio system for my house -- MUZAK for the home -- with up to five different music channels playing in different rooms of the house. Preferably without having to wire the place. So wireless. [more inside]
posted by pallen123
on Aug 18, 2006 -
Inspired by MeFi Music, it's time for me to put more effort into creating things. However, my home "studio" is pretty lame. I've upgraded from being a broke college student to a less broke employee, so I want to make it better. Any musicians want to help me out? [more inside]
posted by JZig
on Jul 1, 2006 -
Home Studio Recording - My friend is looking into building a home studio and basing it around the ProTools LE Digi002 control surface. Should he go PC or Mac? [more inside]
posted by monsta coty scott
on Oct 25, 2005 -
I want to record my own music. I have no idea where to start.
What would be a fairly inexpensive and good beginner's setup hardware and software-wise? [more inside]
posted by petah
on Oct 14, 2005 -
I'm looking for a gadget - essentially a low powered stereo FM transmitter I can plug into the sound output of my PC and broadcast the music on my harddrive to the various clock radios and stereos around my house. I guess a 30m range would be ample (although it does have to get through some pretty thick walls). So far the closest thing I've found are tiny battery-powered transmitters designed to plug into a CD-walkman and sit next to your car stereo while you drive - pretty useless for my purposes. Does anyone out there know of a suitable transmitter? And here's the crunch - do you think it would even be legal in Australia?
posted by Jimbob
on Dec 13, 2003 -