TV Ad Music - Still an Important Factor in Advertising

Though the Internet is constantly growing as an advertising medium, the television is still a major player in the households and is where many people learn about new products or are persuaded to give an old product another chance. While presenting products or services in a favorable light has a lot to do with scripting, positioning and the visual aspect of an advertisement, music for advertising also has a very important place. There are many custom jingles where even hearing the first few notes can immediately cause a product to come to mind. The effect this has on the buying public cannot be underestimated, so don't skimp on this aspect of your commercials.

While many advertising agencies have in house firms that come up with TV ad music, others do not. Jeco Music is a bicoastal music house serving the advertising world, as well as the realms of spot, source and score music for television, film, and more. With studios in New York and Los Angeles, Jeco Music is up on the latest trends and has both a recorded library of available music and the ability to create new TV ad music or background music for commercials for clients’ specific needs.

Our Music for Advertising Purposes

Our composers have created music for advertising campaigns of a number of companies in a wide array of industries. Some of the music for advertising we have created has been used by leading names like Toyota, Fedex, HP, Revlon, Honda and Visa. In addition, we have composed music for use by Mercedes-Benz, Pepsi, Prudential, Volkswagen, Lipton, Lever 2000, Pfizer, Bristol-Myers Squibb, and Playtex, among others. Browse our site to day to see for yourself.

For more information, please feel free to contact us. If you’d like to listen to some of our pre-recorded music, sign up for a membership. You may then purchase and download tracks for your use. Registration is free!

No matter your music need, you can trust Jeco Music. We know what you’re looking for (Political Ad music, TV Ad music, and more!), because we know the score.