A movie or television show is nothing without the right music. This is even more the case when it comes to the genre of science fiction. What would Doctor Who be like without its iconic theme song? What about Star Wars and its score?
You might think of PowerPoint as the app you use when you’re speaking to an audience. But what if that audience can’t be in the same room as you?
Apple has announced the new iPhone which means a couple of things. In the coming weeks every news bulletin will do a story on people lining up overnight to get one.
Each month, our Made With ThemeKeeper event invites customers to share what they’ve created using content from across ThemeKeeper. Whether it’s video, website, audio, or graphic related, we love seeing, hearing, and celebrating all the creative projects customers have been producing.
Best Audio & Video ($250)
This month, we gave away a total of $1,000 across four separate categories. Let’s take a look at all the creative projects our inventive community have been making throughout July 2017, and who walked away with a prize.
The Spirit of Le Mans by Lemanoirprod
The drama and intensity of supercar endurance racing is perfectly captured in this video by independent filmmaker and director Lemanoirprod. The cinematic hybrid soundtrack from AudioJungle perfectly compliments the passion, vigor, and full throttle power of the race footage.
What comes to mind when you hear Medieval period, Dark Ages or Middle Ages? It brings to mind images of swords, kings, queens, knights, castles, dragons, sorcery, – and of course, Game of Thrones.
Making YouTube videos is hard. But do you know what’s even harder? Choosing music for videos. At least that’s how it often feels when it’s 2pm on Saturday and I’m listening to track after track to find the right one for the mood of the vlog I’ll be uploading that afternoon.
While the expression once was that a “picture is worth 1,000 words,” with video marketing on the rise, it might now be that a well-designed video is worth 1,000,000.
It’s one of the biggest trending music genres across YouTube videos and vlogs and it’s the sound of this year’s summer. But what is it called?
Tropical House is a subgenre of deep house, which in itself is a subgenre of house music. It initially started out as a joke by Australian producer, Thomas Jack. But the sound quickly caught fire.
Thankfully, HTML5 has become the standard for multimedia web design. Gone are the days of Flash and Silverlight plugin headaches, as HTML5’s support for audio and video page elements has brought a standard across all platforms—not to mention the benefits of SEO and offline caching.
ThemeKeeper Studio has a collection of audio services to help create custom sounds perfect for your brand or project.