Audiosocket Brings Good Music to Student Filmmaker Community

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by Maggie Lange
March 19, 2012 8:47 AM
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Licensing music, particularly "good" music, can cause a frustrating holdup in the filmmaker community, especially among student filmmakers.  So music, media and digital licensing company Audiosocket launched Audiosocket U, which allows student filmmakers to discover and license music for as little at $5. The roster of songs is more than 35,000, with more than 2,000 indie artists and composers. Visit Audiosocket to learn more.

The Wandas, pictured above, are one of Audiosocket's supported bands.

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