(Los Angeles, California--January 19, 2010) AudioMicro.com, a crowd-sourced marketplace for royalty free music and sound effects licensing, announces that its users can now download more than 20,000 new production music tracks from its online library.
AudioMicro users have immediate access to 20,000 fresh tracks spanning a comprehensive range of musical genres and styles. The new offering has been dubbed, “The Platinum Collection”, and features a selection of hand picked, award winning production music.
“When we launched our first high end collection in October, we received overwhelming positive feedback from the community about its unprecedented quality, size, and scope”, said AudioMicro CEO Ryan Born. “We are excited to enhance our archive of premium content with 20,000 new tracks in the Platinum Collection.”
Previously, the 20,000 Platinum Collection tracks were available only for use in broadcast television and feature film productions, in a rights managed licensing format. Today, users can get access to the same content used by major television studios and film producers through a simple, single-use licensing model for personal and small business use. “AudioMicro provides a platform where smaller video makers can license high quality content at an affordable price,” said Born. “We now offer over 200,000 individual downloads for as little as $2 each. With download packages to fit any budget and a simple licensing model, AudioMicro is the go to destination for finding music for use in web videos, iPhone apps, short films, and thousands of other projects on a tight budget.”
AudioMicro offers advertisers, music supervisors, creative directors, webmasters, filmmakers, and “YouTubers” an affordable, high-quality solution for obtaining stock music and royalty free sound effects for use in creative projects. With content purchased from AudioMicro, a movie or webisode can be scored at a fraction of the cost of a traditional music library. AudioMicro offers the largest micro stock music library, with over 200,000 tracks from song writers, publishers, composers, record labels, and sound designers worldwide.