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The ZREO Team receives emails from fans on a daily basis asking us a multitude of different questions. This page contains a number of questions we commonly receive, as well as some additional questions you might have on your mind. If your question is not listed here, you are more than welcome contact the team!

  1. Can I use your music in my videos, games, or projects?
  2. Is it a real orchestra?
  3. What sample libraries do you use?
  4. Do you release sheet music and/or MIDIs of your songs?
  5. What are 'redux' tracks?
  6. How can I help?

Can I use your music in my videos, games, or projects?

Sure! But there are a few rules. For non-commercial use, we only ask two things. Attribution in the credits or description, as well as a clickable link to our website (if at all possible). If you would like to use our music for commercial purposes, please contact the ZREO Team for more information.

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Is it a real orchestra?

No, but we use similar production procedures as many top industry composers when it comes to writing with virtual orchestras. Our songs are programmed in MIDI, then "performed" by high-end sample libraries to create the final product we release on our website.

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What sample libraries do you use?

We use sample libraries from a host of different companies, including Audiobro, Cinesamples, Eastwest, Soundiron, 8DIO, VSL, Project SAM, Spitfire, and many more.

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Do you release sheet music and/or MIDIs of your songs?

Unfortunately we currently do not. That's not to say that sheet music isn't a possibility sometime in the future..

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What are 'redux' tracks?

Redux tracks are newer and improved versions of songs that were released at some earlier point in time. The old tracks still remain available for download, which makes it possible for listeners to hear how the ZREO Team has grown and improved over the years.

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How can I help?

The easiest way to help is to share our music with your friends! You can also help by supporting our Facebook page, Twitter page, and YouTube channel. If you are seeking to join as a musician, please contact the ZREO Team for more information.

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