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Soundtaxi offers licence clearing

11-02-2010 09:08 AM CET | Media & Telecommunications

Press release from: Soundtaxi GmbH

Licence Clearing, Soundtaxi, production music, film music

Licence Clearing, Soundtaxi, production music, film music

Stuttgart/Germany, 11.01.2010. Soundtaxi – this name is programmatic since it stands for an extensive production music library, which provides creators of films, advertising or radio plays fast and easy with suitable sounds. Offered are some thousand – mainly exclusive – songs, soundscapes, jingles and audio logos of approximately 200 composers from all over the world. If orchestral film scores, classical music, jazz, blues, ambient, world music, heavy metal, electro or indie rock, the variety is very huge. Now the company from Stuttgart/Germany expands its business and offers what is known as licence clearing as another service.

The prime example: A movie-maker or trader discovers a song and wants to use it for his project, but he doesn’t know what to do. Music business with its bureaucratic jungle and all the different contacts can be quite confusing for an outstanding person sometimes. That’s why Soundtaxi helps their clients with questions of rights clearing, i.e. all necessary rights will be obtained and all the contracts will be concluded for the customer. This saves him precious time and stress and thus he can take care of even more of the actual project.

Further information and the extensive library can be found on:

Soundtaxi provides music for the creative
Soundtaxi is an innovative production music library for tv, advertising, promotional films, cinema, radio, podcasts, mobile apps, the internet and audivisual media.
From the beginning Soundtaxi has made it its goal to provide high-quality music on demand for professional media production of any type. On the companys website you can find and licence the right music for your individual production quickly and simply. Everyone will find the sounds they need there – film directors, cutters, editors, advertising agencies or producers. The collection includes thousands of songs, soundscapes, jingles and audio logos – most exclusive – by top-class composers from around the world. Styles range from orchestral film music, classical music and jazz to blues, ambient music, world music, heavy metal, electro and indie rock.
The concept works, as over 6000+ national and international customers show.

Further information:
Tim Rheinwald
CEO Soundtaxi GmbH
Nikolausstr. 6a
70190 Stuttgart
phone +49 (0) 7 11 / 410 71 47
fax +49 (0) 7 3312 / 410 71 47

press contact:
Jörg Milde
Soundtaxi GmbH
phone +49 (0) 7 11 / 410 71 48
fax +49 (0) 7 3312 / 410 71 47

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