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    • John Gray
    • By John Gray 25th Jan 17, 6:44 AM
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    Royalty-free background music for charity reception area
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    • 25th Jan 17, 6:44 AM
    Royalty-free background music for charity reception area 25th Jan 17 at 6:44 AM
    Our charity has a number of interview rooms leading off our reception area. We would like to play some music at the reception desk to partially prevent the possibility of what is being said in an interview room being heard by a client waiting in the reception area. [Yes, better sound insulation - I know!]

    We are looking for a (cheap as possible!) 'royalty-free' continuous stream of inoffensive and inexpensive music from 'the internet' which could be played out of the speakers of the reception PC.

    Does anyone have any suggestions for a source of this that they use in similar circumstances?

    I have come across Charity Shop Radio "Avoid PRS and PPL Music Fees Royalty Free Music for Charity Shops". which could be a possibility, but it seems somewhat limited. Any experience of this, please?

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