Leading creators of original licensed music VideoHelper, has launched ''Scenarios,'' a new timesaving approach to music searches. A highly intuitive new way to search within VideoHelper’s deep library, ''Scenarios'' comes as part of with a completely redesigned interface that connects users with the right track faster and more efficiently.
With the ''Scenarios'' option users can look for tracks based on common production themes, leading them directly to the most appropriate music tracks for a particular scene, promo, commercial or film trailer they’re working on.
A massive undertaking, VideoHelper’s 4100+ tracks have been meticulously categorized with real world descriptions that match the way people generally think about visuals. For example, with ''Scenarios'' you can search such ingeniously named categories as: ''Don’t You Die On Me Man,'' ''Space is Awesome,'' ''Debate, Gladiator Style,'' ''At The Beach,'' ''Blowing Stuff Up,'' ''Creepy Stalker,'' ''Winner’s Circle'' and ''Slo-Mo Punt Return.'' Each category contains multiple exclusive world-class tracks to choose.
For the thousands of video editors, music supervisors, film, TV and advertising producers that use VideoHelper daily the new user interface, of which ''Scenarios'' is just one part, will be a huge time-saver. Redesigned from the ground up to be more efficient, fast and instinctive to use, the new VideoHelper search engine uses dynamic scrolling to speed users through hundreds of categories in one smooth motion.
With it users can instantly search by Scenario, Genre, Mood, Instruments, Composer and Tempo, as well as Keyword, while a ''Quick Browse'' feature gives instant access to every disk in the wide-ranging VideoHelper libraries. The waveform display on each track provides a visual guide to where it builds, gets quiet, kicks in or concludes. Moreover, searches can easily be saved into playlists for easy reference and sharing. Full-bandwidth and MP3 tracks are available for instant preview or download.
Since starting VideoHelper in 1996, co-founders Joseph Saba and Stewart Winter have remained committed the company to providing TV, film and media producers with ''production music for people who hate production music.''
'''Scenarios’ and our new user interface match our approach to making music for visuals,'' Saba says. ''Now, media pros can almost enjoy finding the right tracks for their productions.''
VideoHelper is one of the leading global creators and suppliers of production music and has an acknowledged reputation for innovative creativity. The company’s music is used daily in over 60 countries by most major international broadcasters (TV, cable and radio) and in films, movie trailers, websites, and other media platforms. VideoHelper is independently owned and based in NYC. For more information, http://www.videohelper.com