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    jose Charlie

    i’m pretty new to the production game, i’ve got a few pieces in an RF library. One of the things I keep hearing is that RF libraries require volume (lots of pieces) in order to start seeing any returns. I was wondering what people thought about producing arrangements of public domain music (like “classical” stuff – Bach, Mozart etc, or Xmass music) to accelerate generating music for submission. Is it worth the time and effort if I knocked 50 or 100 of them?
    thoughts?

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    Art Munson
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    I was wondering what people thought about producing arrangements of public domain music (like “classical” stuff – Bach, Mozart etc, or Xmass music) to accelerate generating music for submission. Is it worth the time and effort if I knocked 50 or 100 of them?

    There is a lot of that out there but if you had a new approach it might be worth a try. We have done a bunch of them and get a few sales and placements on shows.

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