Flying Aces Discover Music for Skydiving

Dallas, TX (February 24, 2009)--UK-based Flying Aces produces plentiful amounts of air sports programming, finding the sounds to match the visuals at the Stephen Arnold Music Vault.
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Dallas, TX (February 24, 2009)--UK-based Flying Aces produces plentiful amounts of air sports programming, finding the sounds to match the visuals at the Stephen Arnold Music (SAM) Vault.

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"Music is a huge part of our video production," said Nigel Boettiger, video editor for Flying Aces. "Most recently, I've been editing various air sport clips, including aerobatic planes, hang gliding, air ballooning and skydiving, all viewable on our internet TV channel, www.airsports.tv. These clips involved a wide variety of content and I needed an extensive library. This led me to the SAM Vault with its hundreds of songs from multiple genres.

"Formation skydiving and the British Aerobatic Championships were well-suited to the fast-paced electronic music in the Vault, considerably adding to the adrenalin and intensity of the sports," Boettiger continued. "Air ballooning and gliding require a much slower, relaxing tempo which was easily found in the 'Chill Out' and 'Adventure' genres. Other pieces such as parachuting accuracy and air racing were perfect for the 'Dramatic' music category."

"It is extremely easy to search the Vault's expansive but carefully-culled collection of MP3 and wav files," said Stephen Arnold, president of Stephen Arnold Music. "The Vault provides an excellent range of high quality music essential to post-production. Having a deep, immediately accessible online catalog is enabling Flying Aces, and media companies worldwide, to produce top quality content that matches their unique vision."

Stephen Arnold Music
www.stephenarnoldmusic.com