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Stereobot.com aims to simplify music licensing

October 25, 2012
Stereobot.com aims to simplify music licensing
NEW YORK — Stereobot.com is a new online music library that designed to make music searching and licensing easy. The site features a handpicked catalog of premium production music that encompasses all genres and moods. Searching is done using smart sliders (happy vs. sad), checkbox categorization filters (sounds like), and pre-built playlists (such as Dark & Spooky). Users can also tap the search skills of Stereobot.com’s own music supervisors if they chose.

“There is too much glut in the current production music market,” says Tasos Frantzolas, founder of Stereobot.com. “We only stock the best and then make sure those songs are really easy to find. This way, anyone working on a film, theater, television, advertising, app, and video game project can get in and out in no time at all.”
 
Stereobot.com was born out of Frantzolas’ first venture, Soundsnap.com, a Website for production-grade sound effects. “Stereobot.com is about as much fun as you’ll have searching for music,” notes R. Taylor, online content creator and Stereobot.com beta tester. “Their search tools are a breath of fresh air and it’s easy to find something you like. Very creative, very cool.”

Stereobot.com’s song licenses are available in .wav format for use in any commercial or non-commercial application. They offer several levels of pricing options that range from $30 for a student/non-profit use, to $1,200 for a national TV spot. Free watermarked mp3 versions are also available for trial purposes.