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.
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 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.
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.
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