Companies like Epidemic Sound, Rumblefish, and AudioBlocks are trying to make production and stock music as inexpensive as possible. Now we can add one more company to this trending sector: Muserk.
Muserk has just launched as a music licensing platform for digital content with a library of 50,000 tracks. Licenses are sold for a one time fee and are valid forever. Muserk says a license for a monetized YouTube video costs around $14.95.
The company is also working on a tool that would allow users to upload videos and sync them to tracks in the library. Synced videos can be directly shared on YouTube or Facebook for a fee. Muserk hopes that labels will use the tool in the future, saying:
“Future functionality would allow users to sync their original video content with big-name artists and tracks and share them to YouTube and Facebook as part of targeted marketing campaigns.”
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