looped music? no vocals? instrumental?

Phil Packer

Throat Yogurt Dispenser
#1
i need a certain type of music but i don't remember the name for it.

like when the show comes back from commercial, the song they play. it's looped with no vocals. I know theres a name for that type of track but i can't remember.

any help is really appreciated
 
#2
i need a certain type of music but i don't remember the name for it.

like when the show comes back from commercial, the song they play. it's looped with no vocals. I know theres a name for that type of track but i can't remember.

any help is really appreciated
Bumper music?
 

BIV

I'm Biv Dick Black, the Over Poster.
#3
It's called bed music.
 
#6
Well you can call it that, but it's technically a bumper. A bumper is music or video in radio or TV marking distinction between the program and commercial breaks.
 

BIV

I'm Biv Dick Black, the Over Poster.
#7
Well you can call it that, but it's technically a bumper. A bumper is music or video in radio or TV marking distinction between the program and commercial breaks.
And if you talk over it, like in a commercial, it's bed music.
 
#8
And if you talk over it, like in a commercial, it's bed music.
But he asked about coming back from breaks, not rambling on with a music bed under chatting to keep cadence and make things seem upbeat :action-sm
 

Party Rooster

Unleash The Beast
#10
i need a certain type of music but i don't remember the name for it.

like when the show comes back from commercial, the song they play. it's looped with no vocals. I know theres a name for that type of track but i can't remember.

any help is really appreciated
Are you thinking of the Rage Against the Machine music? Click play below.

[media]http://www.opieanthonyringtones.com/files/streetfightingman.mp3[/media]
 

Fr. Dougal

Registered User
#11
"Bumper" is the correct term.

"Bed" would be something played under a segment, like the music WFAN uses for it's updates (which I've been looking for for years).

"Rejoiner" could be used as another term for a bumper. But you can't call the music going into a commercial a rejoiner.
 
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