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Music for Documentary – Kennedy’s Irish Mafia

Music for Documentary

Acquiring the right music for documentary can always be quite a daunting task. Directors, producers and editors often work for months on a documentary and they obviously want the perfect music to compliment their work. The music may require a range of emotions – suspense, joy, tragedy and intensity. ANd the right track has to be placed into the right scene.

Kennedy’s Irish Mafia Documentary

Circle Films in Blackrock had been working on a new Kennedy documentary for sometime. Writer/Producer David Harvey had started editing in 2013 and was close to requiring music for his production. The type of production music was based in classical instruments such as strings and piano, but also some light electronic tracks too. The result was a nice balance of moods which helped the tone and sentiment of the film and heightened emotion where it was needed. David is featured being interviewed here on TV3 with some clips form the documentary.

How to Choose Music for Documentary

Choosing music can be a difficult task. And it depends form where you can source your tracks. At, they have lists, or Albums, of tracks in certain genres so this makes things a little easier for the editor and producer. There is also the search field where a user can just type a keyword/s in and it will bring up a list of related tracks, one of which should fit the scene or clip. Muziko contains tracks in all styles and genres and therefore it should be easy to find the music that you require for your production. If there is anything specific that you need, please do not hesitate to contact the Muziko team at



Published by Alan Killian, on March 24th, 2014 at 1:13 pm. Filled under: Production MusicNo Comments

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