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Don’t forget SourceAudio. It’s the biggest (20 million tracks hosted, 2600+ catalogs) and used by pretty much all the major broadcasters. (Full disclosure – I’m with SourceAudio).
Then there’s SourceAudio’s watermarking technology from Digimarc, which absolutely ties a media file to a particular set of metadata.
Actuallty, SourceAudio has a competing service to AdRev that’s integrated into its e-commerce platform for automatic “allow-listing” at the time of licensing. (Full disclosure, I’m with SourceAudio). https://www.sourceaudio.com/youtube/
No, there’s no interference between SourceAudio detect and Tunesat or any other fingerprinting system.
Checik this out:
SourceAudio’s trotting a new service out in a few months that’s significantly cheaper and may have a watermarking option. Stay tuned
SourceAudio has a new ecommerce package due out at the end of the month or there abouts. Totally designed from the ground up just for the music library business.June 24, 2015 at 1:18 pm in reply to: Introducing the Mark Awards to honor the best in production music #22020
Yeah, it is. Mind if pass it around? 😀
I guess I’m confused. This came up a few months ago in this thread https://musiclibraryreport.com/forums/topic/production-music-libraries-startup-costs/page/2/ and when some vendors chimed in to talk about their products (including one that I personally invited to respond to a question) the posts were deleted and the vendors given the bum’s rush. Have the rules changed? Are commercial vendors now allowed to discuss their product development and solicit business in the forums?
There’s a LOT of activity going on in this space right now, and a lot of what you folks on this thread are looking for is available right now. Might be a good way to see if your business model is viable before investing big bucks.
But, is this type of discussion allowed, or not? Can’t figure it out.
Doug R. (library producer from the evil empire)