In the 1920s, silent motion pictures were gaining popularity across the United States, and so was the early instances of film music. As film music transitioned from live to pre-recorded, and as the studio system was solidifying the structure and business of making movies, these studios hired composers, conductors, and arrangers to work on their films. Max Steiner was one such hire, and he composed his first full film score with RKO pictures in 1931 for the movie Cimarron.
Incompetech has a large selection of royalty-free music. All together, there are around 2,000 tracks created by musician Kevin MacLeod. You can download for free as long as you credit the musician and site.
The site has a global community that uploads their own tracks. You can browse tracks through categories, recent items, or most popular. Once you find music that you like, you can download single tracks or bundles of tracks, called music packs.
When you distribute music digitally, almost all digital platforms require an ISRC for each recording. Your ISRC can and should also be embedded in the metadata of your recording file so that when your recordings are released as a digital download or on physical formats, the ISRC is attached to the recording.
Pluto TV: Another app to consider that offers streaming music is Pluto TV. This is a free ad-supported service that primarily offers free TV and movie content, but, in addition, offers about 30 music listening channels.
The number of music streaming apps provided on specific brand/model TVs may vary, but ones that may be pre-installed include Pandora, iHeart Radio, and Spotify. For more options check out your Smart TV's app store. App download and installation is easy, but steps may vary depending on the smart TV brand/model. 153554b96e