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|#||Track||Genre||Duration||Popularity||Download (About licenses)|
|1 Enhance video with this track||▶||Abba Ingee||Pop||03:23||
|2 Enhance video with this track||▶||Get Out (feat. Bryyn & Entertainment For The Braindead)||Pop||03:40||
|3 Enhance video with this track||▶||Rounder Than an Orange Peel||Rock, Electronic, Hip-Hop/Rap||03:34||
Audiosocket is a music, media and technology company that delivers today's hot, up and coming talent to the marketplace. We have 33,000 songs in our catalog that come from more than 1900 emerging bands, composers and record labels from around the world. We're a next-generation content provider that thrives at the intersection of music and technology.
Audiosocket has developed an innovative music search and licensing technology that we call "MaaS™" - Music as a Service. Fundamentally designed for integration into video and photo sharing platforms, virtual worlds, online games and social networks, MaaS is changing the way the music is licensed in digital media. Consider, you're using it right now. It's powering the Vimeo Music Store. Days worth of content are being created every hour and MaaS provides the world the tools needed to source and license music for any creative project.
Audiosocket was founded in 2007 and has offices in New Orleans, LA and Seattle, WA. For more information please visit www.audiosocket.com.
Free Music Archive
The Free Music Archive (FMA) is a noncommercial online library of high-quality mp3s that want to be shared. Managed with a curatorial approach by nonprofit radio station WFMU, the project is a collaboration between a worldwide network of fellow curators including broadcasters, arts organizations, record labels, venues, festivals, artist coalitions, and other positive forces in music.
The FMA is the first curated platform for artists who wish to participate in the open sharing of their art under the Creative Commons licensing framework. Creative Commons offers a set of tools for creators to keep their copyright while allowing for certain uses of their work, and in many cases, this includes the types of creative noncommercial video projects that flourish here on Vimeo.
SmartSound is a team of musical masterminds behind the only royalty free music library that can be personalized to fit your videos perfectly. Their vast curated music library and soundtrack software, Sonicfire Pro, has been giving video editors the most creative music soundtracks for years.
The latest invention from SmartSound has put the Vimeo Music Store in overdrive! It's a web-based music API that can instantly deliver over 20,000,000 (that's 20 million!) different musical compositions with a royalty-free, commercial-use license. Basically that means any song from SmartSound can fit your videos perfectly. SmartSound music tracks allow you to set the length to exactly what you need and you get to choose from a variety of musical arrangements that have a perfect musical beginning, middle and ending at any length you chose. Their Multi-Layer tracks give you access to control the instrument mix too!
If you love music... SmartSound is the music that loves you back! <3
Friendly Music is the leading provider of soundtracks for online social video and UGC. Over 60M videos have used soundtracks from the Friendly Music song catalog. Video and UGC creators use over ~25,000 new soundtracks each day from the platform via their favorite mobile, tablet and desktop video applications, social video networks and royalty-free music licensing sites.
Friendly Music is owned and operated by Rumblefish, the world’s largest provider of music micro-licenses. Rumblefish is dedicated to making music licensing fun, easy and affordable for all video creators while paying artists and labels a fair royalty for the use of their work. To date, Rumblefish has paid millions of dollars in royalties to it’s roster of hundreds of thousands of artists and labels.
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If you have any questions or would like to ask for more permissions than the license grants, please contact the artist directly via their homepage or FMA profile. We recommend sending them a link to your video by leaving a comment — they'll be happy to hear from you!