A New Way To Discover and License Music

Licensing music for your video projects is hard. Between the hundreds of sites with music libraries to the searches that do a less-than-adequate job searching through loads of songs, finding music can be really time consuming. Like, days worth of searching.

Bard™ is a new kind of search engine, tailor made for video creators like you. We take the fuss out of finding music on the internet, making the search process fast, consistent, and integrated directly into your NLE.

A Smart Search Engine

There is nothing worse than having to sort through libraries of songs that nail the tone of your video but completely miss the (literal) mark when matching up with the video edit. Bard™ uses a special set of algorithms to determine the results that best match your video. Bard™ think about your project length, cut points, and the "tempo", and then carefully analyzes the song libraries to provide you with the best possible search results.

Song lengths closely match the video length. Cuts automatically align to the tempo and beats. The music just fits better. In general, Bard™ gets you better search results, faster.

Be a Part of Something Big

Sonic Bloom is hard at work developing the world’s most intelligent music search platform, allowing content creators to easily find and license available music for their media projects.

We're launching a Beta program for Bard™ in October to eager video editors. If you're tenacious and want to get in on the development process, we're accepting Alpha testers near the Greater Boston area. If you’re interested in joining our Alpha or Beta program, please fill out the form below and we’ll be in touch shortly.

Brought to You By Sonic Bloom

Sonic Bloom (sonicbloom.io) is an early stage startup founded in mid-2014 by Eric Robinson, veteran programmer and designer of music games, and Justin Stanizzi, veteran project manager of software start-ups. These two longtime colleagues share a deep interest in creating powerful tools for software engineers and designers. Together they developed Koreographer, a unique software tool that allows creators to match action to audio and produce cinematic experiences in interactive media. Bard is currently in beta and will be expanding its market in 2018.