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Unlike popular and classical music publishers, who own less than 50 percent of their copyright in a makeup, production music libraries own the copyrights of their music all. Therefore, it may be licensed without the composer's permission, as is required in licensing music from publishers that were normal. Generation music is a solution for media manufacturers--they may be assured they are going to have the ability to permit any piece of music in the library at a sensible pace, whereas a specially-commissioned work might be costly. Similarly, licensing a well-known bit of popular music could cost anywhere from tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars, depending upon the prominence of this performer(s).

Production music libraries typically provide a broad range of musical genres and styles, allowing editors and producers to obtain what they want in precisely the library. Music libraries differ in size by a few hundred tracks up to thousands. The first production music library was set up by De Wolfe Music in 1927 with the advent of sound in film. The business scored music for use.

Production music is often used as motif and/or background music in television, film and tv. Arthur Wood's "Barwick Green", composed in 1924, nevertheless serves as the subject for long-running BBC Radio soap The Archers.

Other noteworthy examples are the Nickelodeon animated series The Ren and Stimpy Show along with SpongeBob SquarePants, which utilize well-known classical music excerpts and a vast assortment of pre-1960s manufacturing music cues--including many pieces recognizable from their usage in previous cartoons--which have been chosen because of their ironic and humorous effect.

Session actors and generation music composers normally work anonymously and have become known beyond their specialist circle. In the past few decades some veteran composer-performers in this field like Alan Hawkshaw, John Cameron and Keith Mansfield have achieved attention and fame as a result of a new interest in manufacturing music of the 1960s and 1970s, notably the 'beat' and electronica cues listed for KPM along with other labels, that have been broadly sampled by DJs and record manufacturers. In recent years a few of these musicians have contributed public performances of their classic compositions under the group title KPM Allstars.

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