Weiss, David
July 2007
Mix;Jul2007, Vol. 31 Issue 7, p123
The article focuses on Guy Messenger, founder of the royalty-free multimedia music library Soundscapers in New York City. Messenger's inspiration for the company came when he thought about how the unlicensed music he often heard in the smaller Broadway shows in which he has appeared. His company provides music for theatrical productions.


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