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Music/Sounds on Imovie

Apr 23, 2007
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So I am currently producing a horror film trailer as part of my school coursework and I am in the stages of editing the footage.

I am using Imovie but the thing is I am looking for some horror film like music to go with the footage however whilst searching the internet all I can find are pay sites to get such stuff. I have looked on torrent sites too with no such luck.

Do any Mac users know of anywhere on the internet that I could get such sound/ music free of charge.

Any sugegstions would be much appreciated.
Jul 9, 2006
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Your Mac's Specs
iMac Intel 20", 2.0 GHz BlacBook
I don't know of any specifically, but try searching the forums for stock footage. Most will point to video and images, but some may have sound. You could also try and strip the sound out of existing footage you have access to.

Or you could work something up in GarageBand.

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