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Royalty free music CD's - Need help remembering name of brand/collection

Posted on 2014-10-19
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I don't know if the company is in business anymore.  Or if it was acquired.  But there was a firm that produced a collection of many CD's of royalty free music.  the CD's were packaged in semi-soft fabric binders.
The company had kind of a odd name.
The CD's were a few hundred dollars I believe.
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the binders sounds like this

The Mix IV Broadcast Music Library
http://www.sound-ideas.com/royalty-free-music/mix-4-royalty-free-music.html

Mix IVSElvol
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The product in general is called "buyout music."  Entering "buyout music" into Google will produce a listing of the companies in the business, and perhaps one of those listings will jog your memory.
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