You can search within the music shop, the music publisher and/or the music archive. What's the difference?
Search the Music-Shop
You can listen to more than 7000 tracks on about 650 albums in our music shop, buy them on iTunes or other platforms or make a selection to add the music to your Youtube videos. Professionals can purchase rights to use any title for movies, commercials, theater productions, CDs for their dance students or other projects. You can use a variety of filters when searching.
Search the Music-Publisher
Our music publishing house was founded in 1998 and has currently published about 550 music pieces by more than 30 authors, i.e. composers and authors. About half of these pieces have been published on CD and you can find the recordings in our Music-Shop. Audio demos of other pieces, of which there is no CD or album available, are partly available here. From more than 200 pieces we can assign the complete range of rights, which is needed i.e. for the use of music in film, as a one-stop package. This saves annoying negotiations with different rights owners. The music publishing sector is therefore primarily something for specialists who do cinema, television, advertising or theatre.
Search the Music-Archive
Our music archive is an additional service. It contains more than 110,000 titles on 14,000 albums that we offered for sale in our mail order business until a few years ago. The search options are limited here. Some of these albums in the archive are still available in stores. But we can't help you with the procurement. Therefore this area is called "Archive".