Fairfax Public Access has signed an agreement with Ole Media Management for all of our TV producers who are looking for music to add to their shows.
To use the music offered at this site you must first sign this contract
Once opening this contract there are 5 fields you must fill out.
1. Your name and email at the top.
2. Your name again.
READ THE CONTRACT
3. All the way at the bottom by the "x" click in that box. A new dialogue box will appear and where it says other signature options click that drop down to choose "type to sign." Type your name and choose a font. Click preview and it will add the signature to the proper field.
4. Fill in the date.
5. Click submit signature.
Now you are able to go to Jingle Punks. The username is email@example.com and the password is "fpamembers" and this log in will allow you to search for music in catalogues we have permission to use.
Any songs you want downloaded must first be added to a playlist. To do this:
On the left hand side of the page click on the "+" by Playlists. Choose new folder and name it your full name and click ok.
Next to the newly created folder click the gear icon, choose create playlist and name it whatever you want.
To add songs to your playlist simply drag and drop the songs onto your playlist.
Once you've added all your songs, click on the gear icon next to the folder you created and choose sharing options.
Under add people put in firstname.lastname@example.org. Click ok then close.
Staff will then be emailed and we will download your playlist in .mp3 format and email you a link to a zipped file.
Please download the link asap.
Staff will then delete your folder to signify that it's complete. So you'll need to make a new folder and new playlist every time.
Here is a helpful tutorial to help you learn how to search for music on Jingle Punks.
*Please note, we strongly advise using Chrome or Firefox as your preferred Jingle Player browser for optimal results.*
The easiest way to get started in the Jingle Player is by using the search bar. Type in popular band names for sound-alike material (Oasis, The Beatles, Danny Elfman, etc), type in pop cultural references like movies or personalities (Oceans 11, Wes Anderson, James Bond, Starbucks, etc.) or type in moods/emotions if that is more fitting to your project (Happy, Quirky, Sad, etc). After the initial search, use the filters that drop down from the search bar to narrow your search even further. You can select music type, genre, mood and more.
*Songs that have multiple durations or alternate versions are the tracks that have a tag icon located under the artist column. Click the tag icon to reveal these options.