The Last Project Music Library was created in 2014 by Jürgen Haase, a German composer and producer with more then 30 years experience in music productions mainly for the German advertising industry. During the years he produced countless classical music pieces by well-known composers such as Johann Sebastian Bach, Ludwig van Beethoven, Johannes Brahms, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Franz Schubert, Robert Alexander Schumann or Richard Strauss. Many of these productions are now made public available under his artist name Jürgen Hirsch on Last-project.com with still a lot more to come.
Last project is focused on music performed primarily with typical classical instruments like piano, strings or entire orchestra. A great part of the Last project music library in fact are well-known classical music tracks from the composers mentioned above, but also modern music using piano, strings and synthesizer.
Last project music can be used in a variety of audio and video productions, starting with the creation of videos on social media like Facebook and Youtube, in professional radio and TV advertising productions, as background music in shops, hotels and restaurants, as background music in tv documentaries and movies, as music on hold, in software and video game productions, as basic music for remixing and vocal song production or in web advertising campaigns, always based on the conditions of the obtained license typ.
What is a royalty free music library? A royalty free music library is simply a platform or marketplace with categorized music tracks from one artist or several artists, which is offered as royalty free music to the public.
Now what means royalty free music exactly? Contrary to the belief of many people, royal free music does not mean, the music is not copyright protected and can be used at will. Royalty free music instead is the temporal or permanent permission of the copyright holder to use this exact piece of music for a certain purpose and at a flat rate instead of paying a fee per performance. Last-project music can be used in private and commercial audio and video productions without the need to pay royalties everytime it is used. I does not matter, if the music is used a hundred, a thousand or a million times, the price for a license stays the same for a certain period of time. Best case scenario for audio and video producers of course is the “pay once – use forever scenario”.
Last project provides various licence types which cover usually each producers scenario and / or requirement. All music tracks on Last-projects.com are copyrighted property of Last-project.com or its respective artists and can be used commercially only with permission granted by purchasing a valid license. More information about the different license types can be found here.