Austin, TX - March 12, 2018 - Sonic Bloom is launching the Bard open alpha program at this year's SXSW (South By SouthWest). Bard makes discovering and licensing royalty free music easier and faster for the millions of talented Video Editors and Media Creators that have taken over our screen time. Bard aggregates over 1.5 millions songs from the top libraries across the internet – including Pond5, Jamendo, and AudioJungle – and provides results to preview and buy right in your media editor. Best of all, it costs nothing to use. Think of it as a Kayak.com for royalty free music licenses.
Bard is Sonic Bloom's second product. Their first product, Koreographer, allows Unity game developers to utilize music to make more impactful game experiences. Koreographer simplifies the implementation of beat matching, karaoke, and rhythm games and allows normal games to weave music into their experiences to create more dynamic music-scapes.
About Sonic Bloom - Sonic Bloom was founded in 2014 by two high school friends who shared a similar interest in games, music, and film. They combined their collective experience in technology companies to start building tools for creators. Coincidentally, the launch of Bard's alpha program also marks the founders shared birthday.
If you're an Adobe Premiere user, you can download a free copy of Bard here (http://www.bardmusic.io). If you aren't a Premiere user, then please signup here to be the first to try out Bard when it expands to new platforms.
For Unity users eager to try out Koreographer, you can purchase a license at the Unity Asset Store here.