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Soundstripe Offers Podcasters The High-Quality Music They Need; Launches ‘Keep Creating’ Podcast
Nashville, TN, November 4, 2019 – Tech-enabled production music startup Soundstripe is continuing its mission to “Keep Creatives Creating” by drastically simplifying the process of licensing music for podcasts.
The service is now offering curated playlists of easily licensable songs suited specifically for podcasters. Every track on these playlists can be quickly licensed via Soundstripe’s subscription-based model, which allows podcasters to pay a monthly fee for unlimited sync usages of the service’s catalog of exclusive production music. This lets them speed up production without sacrificing soundtrack quality or risking copyright infringement. All tracks are written, recorded, and produced by Soundstripe’s team of composers, mix engineers, songwriters, producers and other music industry professionals, ensuring that each song is of the highest quality. Current playlists include Top Hits, Let’s Talk, Corporate Cast, Energetic Intros, and Electronic. Learn more via the Soundstripe Blog [soundstripe.com/blogs/hey-podcasters-your-royalty-free-playlists-are-here].
In addition, Soundstripe has launched its own bi-weekly podcast, titled “Keep Creating,” as a show of good faith as they enter the space. Hosted by Joel Porter (Songwriter, Creative Specialist at Soundstripe), the show features in-depth interviews with creatives in a variety of fields in which they share some of their biggest creative wins and losses, all in the service of providing listeners with the inspiration, education, and tools they need to grow in their own unique pursuits. The first few episodes are online now featuring guests such as Harris III, an award-winning illusionist and sought-out speaker, storyteller, and event curator, and Aaron Sprinkle, an accomplished producer, engineer, and songwriter who has produced records for the likes of Anberlin, Pedro the Lion, and Acceptance.
All songs featured in the podcast are available for licensing via Soundstripe, and are collected in this playlist [https://app.soundstripe.com/private_playlists/130858]. To listen to the show, visit Apple Music [https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/keep-creating/id1480584849] or Spotify [https://open.spotify.com/show/17mebmSNzn3EP1K34jGgl5?si=ZzSvC63dRsmViDASDbiTdA].
“The podcast industry is growing more and more every year, but we still hear horror stories about the lack of ‘podsafe’ music available for use in these shows,” said Travis Terrell, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Soundstripe. “It’s time to solve this problem once and for all so that podcasters can license high-quality tracks quickly and easily without worrying about copyright infringement. We’re confident that our new initiatives are a step in the right direction.”
Soundstripe has issued over 2 million “micro-licenses” in over 130 countries since the company’s inception in 2016. With an avid and loyal creator community, Soundstripe has seen triple digit year-over-year growth for the past three years. For more information, visit soundstripe.com.
Soundstripe is one of the industry’s fastest growing providers of unlimited, royalty-free music for video, driven by a unique subscription model that lets video producers pay a fee for usage of the music in Soundstripe’s catalog. That music is created by a team of composers, mix engineers, songwriters, producers, and other music industry professionals employed by the company to ensure that all tracks are of the highest quality. Licenses cover all uses and remain in effect should a video producer choose to cancel their membership or let it expire. This approach has led to over 2 million licenses being issued for tens of thousands of customers in over 130 countries since Soundstripe’s inception in 2016. The company is based in Nashville and has been named one of the city’s Top 10 startup cultures. For more information, visit soundstripe.com.
Soundstripe Media Contacts
Bill Greenwood, Jaybird Communications — firstname.lastname@example.org, 609.221.2374
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