We’ve written about the music-licensing start-up Music Vine before. They are another player in the steadily growing music licensing industry and one that you should keep an eye on. Now the UK based licensing platform has teamed up with cinema5D and give you 5 free songs and licenses for any commercial web project.
The music licensing world is ripe with platforms, offering a variety of business models. We probably are all familiar with the big players like PremiumBeat.com or The Music Bed, with vast, established music libraries and streamlined search engines. Music Vine is among the newer sites and they share the space with fresh start-ups like Filmstro, Art-List or soundstripe.
Whichever platform serves your project best, the variety of offerings and competing pricing models are definitely a win for us, the filmmakers, as long as the artists on the other end of the deal are rewarded adequately. After all, let’s not forget, that this is really what music licensing platforms are about: To help us find and make a fair deal with music artists that support our projects with those creations they put their heart and sweat into. To hear more about this topic, check out our On the Go episode on the matter.
Music Vine Giveaway
In an effort to get Music Vine’s name out, they have agreed to give something of value to our readers. We hope you enjoy the music and licenses they offer and we’d love to see what you create with it, so feel free to share your work in the comments.
If you haven’t grabbed the free song license yet, make sure to do it soon, because the giveaway will only be available for a limited time as Music Vine is ramping up to release the new version of their website soon.
You can download the tracks and song license via the form below. Make sure you enter a valid e-mail address in order to receive the links. Note that we will not forward your e-mails to third parties and you can unsubscribe from our newsletters at any time. Also make sure to click the download links immediately as they will expire within 24 hours. Last time we did a promo like that, hundreds of people ended up with expired links which had to be made available manually, so please do not wait with the process.
[UPDATE:] The giveaway has ended.