Jamendo Licensing’s music library hit 240,000 high-quality tracks this year, proving it’s one of the largest royalty-free music resources for filmmakers and video creators.
The following article comes from Jamendo, a proud partner of DMN.
Not only do customers enjoy its variety, but the Jamendo Artist Community receives a share of the revenues. After a tough year for both industries, Jamendo Licensing wants to treat videographers with the best promotions on Music Licensing.
For the first time and for 24 hours only, filmmakers and video editors will have the opportunity to join the VIP List at Jamendo Licensing to get access to a special promotion package named “The 50s Bundle”.
The 50s Bundle
This pack will cover every creator’s need in terms of Music Licensing:
- $50 coupon to use on Track Packs — Buy in bulk and use later.
- 50% off Yearly Subscription — Unlimited access to the music library.
- 50% off all Single Licenses — Choose the license that fits your project.
Whatever your needs may be in terms of music, this promotion is a great opportunity to reduce some costs from your audiovisual project.
Join the VIP List for free on Monday, November 23rd at Jamendo Licensing
Head over to https://licensing.jamendo.com/en/royalty-free-music. You will receive The 50s Bundle directly in your email inbox, 3 amazing promotions valid for 3 days (until November 26th, 23:59h).
Jamendo is a pioneer music website and currently one of the biggest music platforms supporting unaffiliated, independent artists by offering them a global DIY space to display and sell their creations.
With a music library of over +240,000 royalty-free tracks and more than 9,000 artists, Jamendo Licensing makes music available for synchronizing audiovisual projects (film, TV, advertising, web & corporate videos, video games, apps, etc.) through different music licenses and subscriptions.
Jamendo Licensing provides filmmakers and content creators with high-quality music with all rights included. While doing that, it supports artists to keep creating excellent music by giving them a fair share of the revenues.