Audiio – New Music Licensing Platform Offers $199 Lifetime Membership

January 2nd, 2020
Audiio - New Music Licensing Platform Offers $199 Lifetime Membership

Audiio is a new highly curated music licensing platform offering songs from 250+ indie artists and composers. Single-use licenses start at $49 and the subscription is $199 per year. For early adopters, Audiio even offers a lifetime membership for $199. This special offer is only valid till March 1, 2020.

Audiio – New highly curated music licensing platform. Source: Audiio

Getting the right music for your video project can be a challenge. Thankfully, there are many online music licensing platforms to choose from nowadays. Audiio launches yet another music licensing platform, which promises to have a highly curated library.

Audiio – New Music Licensing Platform

Audiio aims to offer highly curated music. According to Audiio, the company is on pace to add 400+ new songs each month and continues to curate new and existing playlists weekly.

Audiio claims they work with labels, publishers, and independent artists in Nashville and Los Angeles to recruit notable indie artists like Willyecho who recently won NBC’s Songland competition. Additionally, the company also represents dozens of commercial composers.

Audiio – New highly curated music licensing platform. Source: Audiio

Audiio offers single-use licensing and an unlimited annual subscription. The Audiio subscription provides filmmakers with an unlimited number of licenses per year and covers almost any project including commercials, theatrical releases, and YouTube monetization – with limitations only for televised content and national theatrical releases.

For fast browsing experience, Audiio offers filtering songs by genre, mood, instruments, energy levels, and browsing by lyrical or instrumental versions. Users can create custom playlists and save favorite songs for future reference. More information about terms can be found here.

Audiio – New highly curated music licensing platform. Source: Audiio

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Single-use licenses start at $49. and the subscription is $199 per year. To promote its launch, Audiio is offering a lifetime subscription seats to early adopters for $199. The lifetime membership will be granted to any filmmaker who joins the platform in the first 60 days (till March 1, 2020). More information about this offer can be found here.

What do you think of Audiio music licensing platform? Which platform are you currently using for your projects? Let us know in the comments below the article.

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Joseph Michael
MemberJanuary 17th, 2020

I’m a production music composer and here is our side of the story when it comes to these type of subscription libraries. I wanted to experiment with the subscription model just to find out for myself exactly what I would encounter. I read the pros and cons about it all but I wanted to find out for myself. This post is geared for all of you composers who are curious about and considering the subscription thing. It’s based upon one site with about the going rate of a monthly subscription fee. it’s as bad and even worse than I read or thought it would be. Now I know !!! Here’s the numbers. I had 69 files downloaded, a combination of full tracks, loops and stingers. The total value of those files would be about between 1,500.00 – 1,700 dollars. my 50% cut would be around 800 dollars under normal single track licensing. My subscription payout was a grand total of 14 dollars and some cents !!! Yes, that’s right, 14 bucks ! So there you have it, my personal experience, real numbers. Needless to say I opted out immediately and will never do anything like that again. I must point out that it was under their early bird subscription price but even under their pending regular subscription pricing I still would have made under 20 dollars. So for all of you composers who are considering the subscription model, especially you young composers, this is what you’re looking at. What a shame that this is actually happening, being supported and becoming more common.

Mike
Mike
GuestFebruary 18th, 2020

When you opt out, what happens to the music licenses you already submitted? Do users still have a right to use them or do they get revoked?

Daniel
Daniel
GuestJanuary 3rd, 2020

I have tried, but it’s difficult to find music for corporate or interviews with these filters

KellyannChip
KellyannChip
GuestJanuary 3rd, 2020

This is super cool. Is there also established artists who are also in this library?

Patrick Chin
Patrick Chin
GuestJanuary 4th, 2020

Sounds like a great deal, but are there stems or versions of the songs to work with? I emailed them 2 days ago, but haven’t heard back yet.

Patrick Chin
Patrick Chin
GuestJanuary 4th, 2020

Update: just heard back from Blake from Audiio that they do have stems, but they have not been added to the site yet. It is in the plans though, but no info on a timeline.

 David Patterson
David Patterson
MemberJanuary 2nd, 2020

The price is very attractive BUT I don’t see a search function on their web site. Is there a search tool on the web site?

Sergio
Sergio
MemberJanuary 2nd, 2020

Go to top right corner next to create account and click on the three horizontal lines to reveal browse/search.

 Brian DeViteri
Brian DeViteri
MemberJanuary 2nd, 2020

Anyone with PERSONAL experience using them yet? Price is worth considering, but already have several other “subscriptions” that I’m almost locked into keeping for client needs at this point.

Satureyes
Satureyes
MemberJanuary 5th, 2020

I took the plunge. I’ve already got a soundstripe subscription and it’s great but their tracks seem still very ‘library’ music. I listened to some of the audiio samples and thought it would be a decent backup for 200 dollars – I charge my clients for library music so will recoup this – and it’s a business expense.
Yes – there’s a limited amount of tracks but the ones I’ve heard.. especially the lyric based ones seem pretty good soundalikes to chart / popular music.

I’ve suggested to the developers the ability to search by track length would be great – as well as sting / shorter versions of the tracks available in the downloads.

otherwise – interface seems like most of the other modern music libraries and the licences are instant as are the downloads. So far so good. Not sure you’d be able to survive with this as your sole library at the moment. If it grows enough over the next 12 months and the quality stays the same then I’ll ditch my Soundstripe account.

$199 is a pretty good deal for lifetime subs.

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