Rumblefish is a music licensing service that helps users create soundtracks for their projects. Artists and labels get paid royalties when their music is used. The Rumblefish API allows users to search for, license, and download music for use in videos, slideshows, games, and all things considered "moving pictures." The API lets users integrage licensed music into their web sites or mobile applications. Dynamic music search tools allows users to explore via attributes including genre, mood, tempo, instrument duration and more. The API uses RESTful calls and responses are formatted in JSON.
The elite conference with wide open access to its videos is finally welcoming developers to its API, but only 50 of them. YouTube partner Rumblefish added an SDK to its developer offerings to make it easier to use its Rumblefish API for music licensing. Plus: the API Economy, domain owner verification, Netflix taming Amazon and 12 new APIs.
Rumblefish, champion of what is good and just and legally musical, will help you change your tune for the better. This company has produced a music licensing API so that you can add copyrighted songs to your YouTube videos. Of course the concept can be applied more widely and liberally. Rumblefish has even devised custom license ‘portals’ that present licensing options based on the intended use of the music. This implies that the agreement and cost of licensing a track could be more expensive depending on where and how it is used.
The SLASCONE API enables users to add licensing features to applications. The API provides methods for vendors and licensees to manage products, features, customers, users, license seats, limitations...