Nashville, TN, October 14, 2019 – After closing $6 million in financing from Vocap Investment Partners and Craft Ventures, tech-enabled production music startup Soundstripe is making good on its promise to expand its presence in the production music space. The company announced today its partnership with some of the biggest video editing programs in the world, including Adobe Premiere Pro, the leading video editing software for film, TV, and the web. Soundstripe's music production service will now be integrated into their desktop applications. Soundstripe also recently announced an integration with Frame.io, the world’s most powerful review and collaboration platform.
Premiere Pro users who either subscribe to Soundstripe or choose to become subscribers can now access the service’s full music catalog, search for and filter songs and sound effects, test tracks directly in their video and timeline and seamlessly license and import tracks into their project – all without leaving the Premiere Pro application.
Soundstripe believes these partnerships will continue their mission to “Keep Creatives Creating,” allowing video creators to speed up production without sacrificing soundtrack quality or risking copyright infringement, while simplifying workflow.
“The funding we received from Vocap and Craft has really freed us up to pursue our vision for music sync in powerful new ways, case in point with our new Adobe Premiere Pro and Frame.io integrations,” said Travis Terrell, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Soundstripe. “Digital video creators know how hard and frustrating it can be to keep up with the constant demand for new content, and these integrations will streamline and speed up that process for users of the world’s biggest video editing applications. We look forward to announcing many more partnerships like these in the years to come.”
Soundstripe’s subscription service provides video creators with unlimited sync usage of the Soundstripe music catalog for a monthly fee.
For a video demonstration of the Soundstripe integration in Adobe Premiere Pro, click here. To learn more about Soundstripe’s integration with Frame.io, click here.