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May 2nd, 2011

TJ: Matt, I really appreciate you taking the time to talk to me today about It’s such a great service, and I think photographers everywhere appreciate the effort you’re putting into the project.

TJ: So for a photographer who’s just now discovering, could you give a quick overview of how is different than sites offering royalty free music?

Matt: We created Songfreedom so photographers and their customers wouldn’t have to suffer through generic sounding music any longer. We offer high production value music including songs you’ve probably heard on the radio that your clients might a[...] Review

March 30th, 2011

I recently ran across – a Popular Music Library For Photographers And Videographers, and was pretty intrigued by the concept. The idea was that photographers could legally use mainstream music from artists like Train, Sister Hazel, and Jason Mraz on their slideshows and promotional videos. We’ve had customers asking for this stuff for a while now, so I was excited to give a try.

The difference mainstream music makes I’ve tried all kinds of royalty free music websites, and I’ve narrowed down to Triple Scoop Music and Animoto as the best of the best. I’ve made slideshows using music from both sites, and have been very h[...]