At the same time, TV networks, filmmakers, and advertisers have jumped in with sync and music supervision requests. One decades-old company making both mega-hit records and blockbuster films prefers to license their own songs for video content through Songfreedom, rather than deal with its own legal department. Songs licensed by Songfreedom can be found in ads for companies like Nike, Budweiser, Miller-Coors, Disney, and Microsoft, to name a few. Creators of corporate training courses and podcasters have also joined Songfreedom’s clientele.
Songfreedom’s skilled curation by real humans and content from all over the world complement the company’s enthusiasm for strong customer service. Playlists recommending tracks (by genre, mood, tempo, artist, instrumentation, and more) make it easy for users at all proficiency levels to plug in simple parameters and find what they’re looking for. Mainstream, indie, and production music are presented as a straightforward digest of the massive content available.
A videographer’s only choices used to be to either tarnish the video and the brand by using disappointing music or to steal from other artists and risk being sued. Songfreedom’s platform proves plenty of the “little guys” are willing to do the right thing—to pay reasonable prices to use music legally.