A couple of months back, we expanded our Music channel’s categorization and selection filters. The update, which went live on 21 April 2015, seamlessly connects motion creators to the music they want.
The MotionElements’ Music marketplace now features filtering by genre, mood, instrument and license to refine selections and identify the most evocative background music.
From marketers making 15-second jingles for TV spots to video bloggers seeking longer tracks, you are now able to define the length of their desired tracks. Search results can also be narrowed down by instrument. With a click, specific instruments can be excluded from your search results. Watch how it works here:
A “Moods” filter also allows for music to be categorized by desired moods, including “Inspirational” epic music and “Cinematic” ambience.
For those of you who are worried about licensing, cut down your browsing time and be at ease by filtering based on Performance Rights Organization (PRO) license to ensure all necessary rights are cleared for publication.
Thousands of motion creators around the world have already turned to MotionElements’ comprehensive library for royalty-free stock elements for simplicity and transparency of licensing and usage rights. The new categorization and filter functionality comes after feedback from our users and will further streamline stock audio sourcing from preview to post.
Motion creators are facing ever-tighter production schedules, as video is expected to account for 79% of Internet traffic by 2018. The time needed to source for music and verify PRO rights is at a premium. The update seeks to empower fellow video creators to accelerate the selection process and dedicate your limited time to production.
But don’t take our word for it. Try it yourself by browsing our fast-growing selection of stock music at www.motionelements.com/music.