Noise Welcome at This Library

November 7, 2011 at 11:05 pm Leave a comment

When film and television music supervisors need background music on the cheap, they turn to music libraries, who have pre-recorded music searchable by keywords like “dark” and “groovy.” It’s not meant to be listened to intently, but in the 1970s, some libraries were turning out irresistable avant-garde funk. Learn more in this piece from Studio 360.

The DeWolfe online music library.


Entry filed under: Arts and culture, Features and profiles, Public radio.

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