Vidiots Music Online Library Launches

New York, NY (November 20, 2006)--Vidiots Music has been unveiled by full-service post-production boutique Vidiots, Inc. The online music library is fueled by a team of cutting-edge composers whose work represents all musical genres, styles, moods and tempos.
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New York, NY (November 20, 2006)--Vidiots Music has been unveiled by full-service post-production boutique Vidiots, Inc. The online music library is fueled by a team of cutting-edge composers whose work represents all musical genres, styles, moods and tempos.

"As editors we understand what producers and editors of shows, promos and spots need and, with Vidiots Music, we will strive to offer them the right tracks," said Vidiots cofounder Michael Amoia, who spearheaded the online library and designed its search engine. "We intend to provide the ultimate in customer service as well. Clients can search online by title, composer/arranger, style, mood and tempo or they can call us directly, tell us what they're looking for and we'll help them find the right track."

Amoia is a lifelong musician who began playing piano at age eight and has professionally done remixing and albums. "I always wanted to get back into music, but my business keeps me busy," he says. "Since I still have connections to people writing music and I'm lucky to have access to their talents for my editorial work, I decided to launch Vidiots Music as a way for everyone to benefit from the freshest and hottest tracks available today."

Vidiots Music has already licensed cuts to a number of primetime television programs, including MTV's Room Raiders and Cribs, VH1's Driven, CBS's The NFL Today, and the 2005-2006 season of ABC's Monday Night Football.

Prospective clients go to www.vidiotsmusic.com, search the library by various criteria and audition the tracks. When they want to license cuts they contact a Vidiots Music representative about acquiring a Vidiots Music license and are issued a password, which allows them to download the selected music to their hard drive. CDs may also be burned on request.

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