How many filmmakers have been in this situation: you get your credits done, smack ’em into your film, and suddenly discover that your music runs out somewhere between post-production supervisor and editorial assistants? Maybe you go back to your composer, loop the existing music you have or just record ambient noise. Instead why don’t you show off your musical talents by recording your own music and laying it over the tail end of your credits? This way you’ll be entitled to music royalties every time the film plays on TV. It’s not much, but as any indie filmmaker knows – every penny counts.
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