This June, we've released 138 new songs for your project needs; and more are being mastered & coming your way!
June has also brought the following new Curated Playlists to our Catalog:
Your Licenses page went through a much-needed overhaul. We hope you enjoy!
The Licenses are now displaying the Date each Song was licensed ( Month / Day / Year ).
Your licenses are now confirmed as ordered by date, with Most Recent Licenses on top, in descending order, to the Oldest Licenses at the bottom.
The previously present icons have been converted into plaintext hyperlinks so that they are easy to read, understand and engage:
Even better, the Licenses page is now Searchable!
You can use the search field at the top of the page to filter your Licenses by the Song Title, Artist Name or Project Title you entered upon licensing.
You spoke up, and we heard! The Cue Sheets for TV prompt and submission process was a bit confusing for our members. We apologize for that! It's a tricky thing to try to explain, and encourage in a simple way. Thanks for hanging in there as we try to get it as clear as day for you!
🎗Reminder: Cue Sheets are only needed if your video project and song licenses will be broadcast on traditional Network and/or Cable Channel TV Programs and Advertisements.
If that pertains to your next project(s), see what we adjusted below:
Tip on Cue Sheet Submissions:
If you're not ready to submit a Cue Sheet after downloading the Song, it is still available for you on your Licenses page to submit when ready in the new plaintext hyperlink "Submit Cue Sheet". You can find it on the given song that you selected "yes" to being used on network and/or cable channels on TV during licensing. If you already submitted it, you can also "Download Cue Sheet" after the fact should you need that file for any other purposes.
We recognized a high bounce rate on submitted email addresses from users & members when trying to reach out via email for Customer Care support and when sending out user-requested newsletters and updates from Soundstripe.
After troubleshooting, we found a pattern in the email errors we were receiving; they were mostly due to a misspelled email address attempt (i.e. ".con" instead of ".com").
In light of that, we decided to help you by introducing some ways of validating email addresses during the submission process in key areas on-site.
...Hooray! Not too many bugs this time.
But, as always, if you find a bug, be sure to let us know by reaching out to our Customer Care Concierges on Live Chat so we can squash it for you!