Selectracks review

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Selectracks was founded in 2000 by high school friends, Stuart Hart and Steven Stern. The two friends had different backgrounds as Steven had already been making a living out of his musical talents while Stuart had been working as an accountant. They combined their talents and Selectracks was born. They are a specialist in the field of epic music used for film promotion. With a wealth of stunning tracks to their name, Selectracks have plenty to offer the film industry. Their music has helped to promote such films as Django Unchained and Thor as well as video games including Assassins Creed Revelations.

The music of Selectracks

The music of Selectracks can be heard across different entertainment mediums from films and TV to video games. Their albums are diverse to say the least with musical styles ranging from orchestral to pop and rock. Trailer music fans  should tune into the Critical Mass label as that is a good hallmark of orchestral music. 1307578134_150Falling slow is one of their more pop orientated tracks, a light hearted up beat affair similar in sound to Coldplay. Villainess Hip Hop is an album that contrasts the previous track with a collection of urban style tunes. Payback, Heavy and Epic rock is yet another example of how diverse their music is. There are some great tracks on this album from the energetic beat of Stand to the hard hitting sound of Fight Time.

There are so many musical styles on offer by this production company, not just the standard sound of pop and rock. The Coustics – Accoustic Pop Rock offers the listener a range of tunes. Singer/Songwriter Volume 4 is a film score lovers paradise with plenty of emotional tunes to stir the imagination.

Overall opinion

This production company have many talented people on board and they have the facilities to create awesome tracks that sound fresh and inspiring. These two factors combine to help cement Select racks as one of the leading music producers around today.



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