Soundstripe adds two enterprise-level royalty-free music subscriptions

Soundstripe, a production music startup, announced two new plans offering access to royalty-free music for enterprise businesses. The company said it envisions larger operations such as creative marketing agencies, higher education institutions, media companies, and film production companies as its clientele. The enterprise access to free music subscriptions could have uses for podcasting operations.

The Soundstripe Business Plan is intended for companies with 50-500 employees. It offers multiple team members on the master account, sharing custom playlists, and requesting playlists from Soundstripe’s curators. It also includes all of the benefits from Soundstripe’s Premium Plan, such as unlimited music licenses to the company’s catalog.

Soundstripe is also launching a Custom Plan option. This allows clients to tailor a royalty-free music subscription to their specific needs. Custom Plans can include benefits such as dedicated catalog curators, custom music scoring, sub-licensing, sonic branding, and more.

Anna Washenko

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  1. That’s interesting but what are the prices?
    TunePocket is another music library that offers multi-user corporate subscriptions and it’s very quite affordable, usually about half of similar services.

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