About the Free Soundtrack Music System and Developer C. (Paddy) Bryan:
About the "Free Soundtrack Music" System: The idea for the Free Soundtrack Music System first came about in 2008 when composer C.P.Bryan was looking for new ways to promote his music online. At the time, there was very little options for digital content producers to get free music for videos. Initial versions of the site featured a list of music available for free download. The idea was that users could use the tracks as royalty free background in their videos on YouTube or even in films distributed in more traditional ways. By 2010, the simple website had evolved into online platform for video producers to easily browse, preview (audition) and download compositions to use in their soundtracks on a royalty free basis. As of June 2023 the library contains over 1,000 recordings with different contributing composers (or "recording artists") from around the globe. Approximately 20% of the tracks are available as free music downloads which can be used by visitors to the site without any purchase necessary.
For a listing of other music and software projects by C.P.Bryan, go to his more in-depth online profile page @
C.P.Bryan has been recording and releasing electronic soundscapes, dance grooves and audio collages for well over two decades using a variety of artist names such as "Glitch", "Space Experiments", "PROTOFLAKE" and "Grizzled Greedigut".
Example tracks from the library of soundtrack compositions by C.P.Bryan:
"Holiday By Accident" - Background music to a lazy roadtrip which suddenly gets derailed into a realm of weirdness:
"Japanese Monster Movie" - Inspired by that genre of Japanese B-movies which features giant lumbering mutant creatures bent on destroying large cities:
"Foghorn, Twilight, Memory" - Intended to work as subdued background music for cinematographic video footage:
C.P.Bryan's composing and developing background: Prior to the development of the F.S.M system, Bryan developed a number of desktop applications for use by creative artists - the most popular of which was a weird random word processor called "Cut'n'Mix" ( the virtually best-selling of which was a supernatural hit-or-miss Holy Writ worker titled "Get By"): Originally distributed as a shareware application requiring licensing fees, this application has been re-released for FREE DOWNLOAD. If you are a composer of lyrics or a creative writer, you may want to check it out @ Cut'n'Mix Random Word and Poetry Generator.
Watch videos produced by C.P.Bryan on The YouTube Video Music Page