Production Music

Anara Publishing has partnered with Arms Production Music to provide administration and licensing opportunities for their production music catalogue. In a crowded market place with lots of generic sound-a-like music, Arms Production Music were born to provide an antidote.

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Launched in 2013, Arms Production Music wants to provide music that’s a little more left-of-centre than your traditional music for media company: think of us as a small but perfectly formed indie giving you something the big majors can’t. Our music’s handmade by a small team of composers, with the warmth, edge and individuality your project deserves…we even use tape.

Our writers have a credit list that reads like a who’s who of good media music. They’ve written for all your main UK channels including the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5, Sky and Discovery, as well as for shows and adverts the world over with brands such as Barclays, Pepsi, Nike, GAME, Bentley, Warner Brothers, M & S, Michelin and the NHS.

Our Production Music (sometimes called ‘Library Music’) catalogue is the easiest to license with set rates for specific uses so it allows you to budget for your production with no financial surprises down the line. The catalogue covers lots of styles, but always with a different angle to keep your productions fresh. The tracks are searchable by keyword for ease, but it’s also presented in themed albums. If you want a whole album of moody tunes they are there for you to find, and all complete with 60 second and 30 second edits ready for use as full broadcast quality WAVs and full quality MP3’s.

However, if you can’t find anything suitable from our catalogue, we can supply bespoke music for projects within your budget whether it’s an online ad, a games soundtrack, theme tune or incidental music: Minimal electronic backdrop? No problem. Full orchestral score with or without live orchestra? Sorted.

Arms Music

With Arms Production Music, your project is in good hands and ears.

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