MUSIC FOR SPORT is a sports music production company and publisher. It is designed to service producers, editors, directors, dubbing mixers, sound engineers, film makers, event managers, and website builders, worldwide. We offer instant access to an outstanding library of modern instrumental music, written by today’s top media composers, and tailor-made for current media requirements. We use the latest search engine technology and the site is constantly updated by a committed team of writers, producers, musicians and administrators.
Whatever your musical requirements are, whatever medium you are working in, whether it’s broadcast or non-broadcast TV, film or radio, YouTube or MySpace video, Web 2.0 or gaming, and whether your project is sport based or not, Music For Sport aims to provide you with instant access to just what you need.
Since launching in 1992 at the Barcelona Olympics, Music For Sport has become one of the world’s leading providers of sports production music. Recent credits include CSI, CSI New York, CSI MIami, NCIS, Young and Restless, 48 Hours, Late Show With David Letterman, The Class, Animal Planet and Saturday Night Live. Currently our composers and producers are working on music for the NBA, NFL, and the 2012 Olympic Games.
Copyright and Protection Info
All rights of the manufacturers, owners and performers reserved. Unauthorised public performances, broadcasts and copying prohibited. These recordings are specially produced for film, television, radio, internet and advertising under an agreement with the UK Musicians Union and may only be used where permission to re-record is obtained from the Mechanical Copyright Protection Society, 41 Streatham High Road, London SW16 1ER, United Kingdom, or the copyright owner and appointed world-wide agents prior to any exhibition or distribution of this product. Broadcast and public performance may only be made by companies and establishments licensed by the Performing Rights Society (UK) and appointed world-wide agents. All performances must be notified to such societies.
Copyright is infringed not only by anyone who reproduces a work without a licence but also by anyone who authorises that reproduction or procures that the reproduction take place. Facility houses, production companies and their clients may therefore all be liable for any such infringement where a valid licence has not been issued. Any authorisation to reproduce prior to obtaining a licence and paying the royalty and other fees (whether expressed or implied) is subject to the fundamental condition that a licence is obtained and the fees paid as referred to in the Rate Card. If this is not done, any such authorisation is deemed never to have had effect. No authorisation to reproduce is granted by the supply of production music discs or files.