Using Social Media To Get More Fans Out To Your Live Shows
Lindsey Stirling On YouTube As A DIY Platform: "I can be the kind of artist I want to be."

Shutterstock Partners With Rumblefish To Add Music To Stock Content Library

Shutterstock-logoShutterstock, one of the higher profile contenders in stock photos and video, has added music to their offerings with the help of Rumblefish. However they'll also be taking direct submissions of music for licensing. Users can browse by mood, genre or tempo and two licenses are available with flat-rate pricing. Overall it looks like a well-thought-out service for those seeking music.

Shutterstock Music is now available to all site users with over 60,000 tracks available via a deal with Rumblefish. They're also seeking indie musicians and producers to submit music.

Introducing Shutterstock Music

Music is organized by mood, genre and tempo as well as a group of curated categories. Their player includes a waveform display so you can easily check different sections of the track.

Pricing is currently discounted with a $49 Standard License and a $419 Enhanced License. All licensing is on a single project, lifetime usage basis with differences in broadcast region or audience size.

You can find out more via the Shutterstock blog.

More:

Hypebot Senior Contributor Clyde Smith (@fluxresearch) also blogs at DanceLand. To suggest topics about music tech, DIY biz or marketing for Hypebot, contact: clyde(at)fluxresearch(dot)com.

Comments