New York, NY & Santa Monica, CA (September 8, 2008)--Production music company JECO Music has announced the debut of its first online premium music library, entitled The Spot.
Comprised of over 600 tracks in commercial-length formats, The Spot will be specifically marketed to the advertising and TV promo industries. The library gives media professionals access to a variety of tracks that follow the arc and rhythm of commercials and other media projects. Categories are arranged by feeling/mood, allowing clients to think about the music in terms that are connected to the visual concept.
Its Virtual Music Consultant, one of three search engines, allows users to search the library by answering a series of questions about their project. This search method requires no knowledge of musical terminology, and provides a simple, organic approach to finding the perfect track.
Jon Ehrlich and Leigh Roberts, JECO music creative directors/co-founders, note, "We've assembled a remarkable collection of original music for The Spot. It's exciting for us to now have the ability to make these tracks available to a diverse array of potential new clients."
"The response by our clients to the launch of The Spot library has been amazing," adds Ehrlich. "Each of these tracks was written specifically to picture, for projects that were extremely well funded. Which means they've benefited from great musicians and an unusual attention to detail. Each track was created with a context, so unlike most other generic stock music libraries, where the music is essentially churned out in a visual vacuum, our tracks have a story to tell. Differentiating ourselves from the other mass market music libraries out there, we have distinguished JECO Music as a true premium music library resource."