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Independent Composer Scambler Launches Music Licensing Service for Independent Creators

Independent composer and producer, Scambler, has launched a new music licensing service for those in search of high-quality and royalty-free music. With eight published albums and years of experience in the music industry, Scambler’s latest endeavor is aimed at providing a more accessible and affordable way for creatives to use music in their projects.

Scambler’s music licensing service, available at Scambler Music, offers a wide range of genres, including EDM, rock, rap, dubstep, orchestral music and more. The tracks available are all original compositions created by Scambler and can be used for a variety of purposes, from YouTube videos to films, podcasts, and commercials.

As an independent musician, Scambler understands the challenges that independent creators face when it comes to acquiring quality music for their projects. With many music licensing platforms charging high fees, Scambler’s service aims to make the process of licensing music more accessible and affordable for all.

With eight albums published, Scambler’s music has been featured in various films, television shows, and commercials, and his YouTube page provides a taste of how videos and productions can be greatly enhanced by his highly creative music.

Scambler’s recent blog posts, “AI Music: The Pros and Cons Explained by AI” and “How to Get the Rights to a Song” offer insights into the music industry and the challenges faced by independent creators. The former explores the use of AI in music creation and the potential benefits and drawbacks of the technology. The latter provides tips on navigating the complex world of music licensing and copyright.

With his latest venture, Scambler aims to empower independent creatives with the tools they need to bring their projects to life. His music licensing service provides a cost-effective and efficient way for creators to access high-quality music that can enhance their work and captivate their audience.

Scambler’s music licensing service is now available at his website.


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