Thursday, 05 April 2018 08:01

SourceAudio Launches Beta Release Of Their Platform Extension Allowing Adobe Premiere Uses To Access Platform Data Without Leaving Their Adobe Editing Environments

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SourceAudioIn conjunction with NAB 2018, SourceAudio, the world’s leading white label music digital asset management platform, has announced the beta launch of an extension of its platform which allows Adobe Premiere users to receive tracks, drag and drop, search music sites, share playlists, and export PRO formatted cue sheets directly from their timeline, without leaving their Adobe editing environments. The announcement was made today by Geoffrey Grotz, CEO/Co-Founder, SourceAudio.

The new SourceAudio platform extension is a free add-on for anyone who already has a SourceAudio user account. Currently in beta, the forthcoming full release will allow anyone to sign up and access the extension which will also be accessible in Adobe Audition.

Said Grotz, “Adobe is the industry leader in post-production, and we are incredibly excited to integrate our platform — over 1,000 websites and 24 million pieces of music and audio from thousands of labels and catalogs — into their industry-leading software. Our new platform extension makes creating cue sheets, a labor intensive and slow process, faster and easier than ever, including the ability to access required metadata from the SourceAudio platform when available. It’s a real game changer.”

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Based in Los Angeles, SourceAudio is a white label B2B music technology platform for publishers, labels, broadcasters, production companies, and creative agencies. Iconic brands across the media landscape leverage SourceAudio’s industry leading music search, distribution, licensing, monitoring, and management capabilities to generate revenue, enhance creative, and maximize efficiencies.

SourceAudio is also the same company behind other innovative, technology-powered music solutions like Alpha Libraries for Radio, the single largest production music resource for radio. Alpha Libraries has significantly enhanced the way radio groups, clusters, and stations license music for programming, promos, commercials, jingles, and other production elements. Recently, SourceAudio launched, a one-stop licensing solution for using music in podcasts.

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