Rock Music Backgrounds For Websites

What is the latest craze right now on the Web? No, it is definitely not how to turn yourself be a millionaire overnight. The new craze is MySpace and everyone is going ‘gaga’ over it. With over 230,000 new registrations per day, MySpace is the cyber world’s newfound love. With so many new registrations each day, this just means that in time to come, everyone will have a MySpace account.

If you go to the gym for your workout you are usually blasted with something that is supposed to fall into the category of music. It does make me do my workout as quickly as possible, but I am not sure that is the intent.

In the Philippines, one of the most annoying situations is when you dine at fast food restaurants where kids are their prime customers. You will hear metal rock music in the background. The same goes with photo booth hire. People behind it should take note of the occasion and play the right kind of music as background tunes. You do not play songs for the heartbroken during wedding ceremonies. You must also refrain from playing sexually suggestive songs if the affair is corporate or business related.

Just replace “song_URL” with the actual location of your music file. If you want the music to play over and over, leave the loop option set to “true”. Setting it to “false” will make the song play only once.

Like mobile phone service providers, webmasters are using sneaky background music as their trademark for sites. Suppose a site has a 2-second classical music piece that runs whenever the site uploads. Like the Windows start-up sound. Know that one? After some time, audiences start recognizing the site with the music it plays.

Do not worry about the quality of the royalty free tracks that you intend to download. This is because most of these tracks are created by famous music composers. If you are paying for it, then do expect to download music of the best quality.

As I mentioned earlier, there are several sources for royalty-free music out there on the web, including Home Brew Audio where we have links to several of those sources. So start adding that professional touch to your stuff!

Raymond Martinze