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Page 33 of 51 32 POST MARCH 2014 WARNER/CHAPPELL LAUNCHES ARTIST SERIES CATALOG NASHVILLE — Warner/Chappell Production Music (www.warner, Warner Music Group's production music arm, has launched its new Artist Series with its first offering from Grammy Award-winning artist Peter Frampton, Hummingbird in a Box. The new Artist Series collection will be home to Warner/Chappell Production Music's commercial recording artist offerings available for license and will feature well-known, accomplished artists span- ning a variety of genres. According to Warner/Chappell Production Music president & CEO, Randy Wachtler, Peter Frampton's Hum- mingbird in a Box "is a work of art that will translate easily to film, television and new-media licensing." Hummingbird in a Box, applauded by Rolling Stone magazine, is exclusively available for licensing through Warner/Chappell Produc- tion Music. In Santa Monica, Elias Music Library (www.eliasmusi- has entered into a strategic alliance with Felt Music Library. The deal will allow Elias Music Library clients to license Felt Music tracks in the US, and Felt Music Library clients to license Elias tracks in the UK. Collectively, this creates a much larger database of mu- sic for customers to choose from. Elias' existing library is home to over 5,000 titles. The company's music was recently licensed for use in the Game of War — Who I Am spot, featuring Kate Upton, that debuted during the Super Bowl in February. SOUND LIBRARIES KILLER TRACKS PARTNERS WITH VOLTA MUSIC SANTA MONICA — Production music provider Killer Tracks ( has entered into a partnership with London's Volta Music ( to create a boutique label that specializes in music for trailers, television and video-game advertising. Volta's music is geared primarily toward theatrical trailers and dramas. The bou- tique label and music pro- duction house has studios in London and West Hollywood. Their first four releases have been featured in campaigns such as Ridley Scott's Exo- dus: Gods and Kings, Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, and Tarzan 3D. "I am delighted to an- nounce Volta's partnership with Killer Tracks," says Sara Gilchrist, owner of Volta Music, "which will allow the awesome work of our team and composers to reach an even bigger audience around the world." Volta 001/Hybrid Epics: Vol- ume 1 offers highly-charged orchestral hybrids for action, sci-fi and adventure trailers. The Volta 002/Sound Design: Volume 1 package is well-suit- ed for action, sci-fi and thriller trailers. Volt 003/Hinterland contains themes such as dark- ness, melancholy and wonder. And Volta 004/Uprising is a collection of tracks that can underscore brutal, unnerving and violent sci-fi content.

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