Musicbed to Offer Music Licensing Memberships This Summer

If you're tired of licensing music à la carte, then you'll be pleased with what Musicbed is set to launch this summer.

Musicbed, the company that makes licensing music for TV, film, commercials, and just about anything in-between a whole lot easier just announced their new membership program. For the last six years, Musicbed only offered single-use licensing, but now users will be able to purchase a membership that gives them more access to Musicbed's extensive library. The membership will be a scaled price, so depending on your needs they will have the membership for you. Musicbed's membership service will launch sometime in August.

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This is one of the least informative announcements I've ever heard. "We're going to offer membership sometime in August" estimated price or anything. What am I supposed to do with this information??

April 10, 2018 at 9:52AM

Jeremiah Kuehne

You can pay for 3 songs on music bed or a year of complete library on Artlist. I think that's why they are changing.

April 10, 2018 at 1:58PM


Oh, thank you very much for wasting my two and a half minutes

April 11, 2018 at 1:02AM

Nachhatar Singh
Screen Writer/ Director/Actor