SD Fan FAQ

How do I become a Sounds Dangerous Fan?

Signing up for a Sounds Dangerous Fan account couldn’t be easier. We just need some basic info about you and we’ll take it from there!  Click on the ‘Sign Up’ button at the top of the site.

OK. But why would I become a member?

Being a registered Fan of Sounds Dangerous gives you access to our Find Music database and music catalog. This is a great way to discover new music and new Artists.

Using keyword search or by selecting any of the Genre, Mood or Instrument buttons you will find tracks that have never been available before (many of them having been written for specific TV shows or films) as well as ‘original demos’, remixes and alternative versions of some of your favorite songs.

Also, Sounds Dangerous is a portal for some of the best indie songwriters, composers and sound designers from around the world. We are constantly adding new Artists and music to our catalog for both our Clients and Fans.

Why Can’t I become a Sounds Dangerous Client?

Well, you can if you are a professional in the Television, Motion Picture, Advertising, Video Game or other similar industry. We provide a variety of services to Clients in search of music, songs, sound-design and production services for their projects.

How do I buy music?

When you search for songs you can add individual tracks or albums to a shopping cart. Then when you are done, click on the ‘view cart’ button.  Read and tick the ‘I have read the terms and conditions checkbox, and then you can proceed to PayPal. You will need an active PayPal account.

How do I download the album/track that I just purchased?

While logged in, go to the Find Music page and click on purchased button in the right hand column.  Click on the grey download button with the desired extension (eg MP3)

Typically if the file transfer didn't initiate at all, it means that your browser blocked the dialogue box. Log into your account and try that download one more time. Keep an eye out for a pale orange/yellow bar at the top of the browser window (just below the address bar) that says, "To protect your security (internet explorer, Firefox, etc.) Has blocked a pop up, click here for more options."

Click that bar and you should have the option to "download file." once you've selected to download the file, you'll need to click the green download button once more to start the transfer.

How do I Import the tracks into iTunes?

In most media players you can import music by simply dragging and dropping the MP3s into your music library. Just open both iTunes and the folder that your music is stored in. Select the files you want to transfer and drag them to the "Library" in iTunes. Alternatively, you can click "file." If you're having trouble, check your player's help section for specific instructions about how to import audio.