Can you create the coolest sound track since the Tachyon Theme "What Time Is It?!" (listen to Glenn Rubenstein's OpAphid v. Tachyon Unofficial Soundtrack)
Hobnox.com has a beta version of a flash based audio synthesizer tool you can use online to generate your own audio tracks, as well as a library of sound clips from various free sites (licensing, for example by Creative Commons, depends on the source of each file in the Hobnox library).
"Video Tutorial Audiotool
Experience the Hobnox Audiotool! It's a virtual reproduction of the 'Roland' synthesizers, which jump-started a thing called techno music in the mid-80s."
I played with the demo for a few minutes - long enough to see that it is fun and has a million buttons and knobs, multiple tracks, instrument sounds, rhythms, and filters, but not long enough to really understand how it all works.
Suggestion: try this tool out and write a review for LG15 Today, with any tips for other video makers who might want to use it to add a soundtrack to their work.
Another free (open source software) tool, that is extremely useful for recording, editing, and mixing audio tracks is available for download from Audacity. You can use it to record from a microphone or from anything playing on your PC's soundcard, and alter the audio in many ways such as reversing it, changing the pitch or speed, etc. This is a very useful and highly recommended free tool I use all the time. You can save the finished audio file as a .wav or .mp3 file for use elsewhere.
Links to Hobnox.com and Audacity have been added to the right side of this blog under the Music links, where you can also find royalty free music sources --->