About Keyframe Audio
Keyframe Audio brings together royalty-free music direct from the studios of top film composers in Hollywood and Europe and gives users total digital copyright clearance protection. On February 5th, 2020, Keyframe Audio was acquired by HAAWK. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Latest Keyframe Audio News
Feb 5, 2020
socaltech.com HAAWK Acquires Keyframe Audio Los Angeles-based HAAWK , the provider of rights management and monetization services for YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram which is led by Ryan Born, said on Wednesday that it had acquired Keyframe Audio, a music startup which offered up micro-stock music licensing. Financial terms of the buy were not announced. HAAWK said that it will launch a new service, Identifyy.com , which will offer up a self-service rights management portal for independent artists and do-it-yourself (DIY) musicians. HAAWK said that the acquisition of Keyframe Audio helps it expand its services to the "micro stock" music market, which lets video producers to access unlimited downloads of 50,000 royalty-free stock music tracks. The price of the service is $199 per year. Born said that it is targeting YouTube creators who "want to avoid receiving copyright claim notices on their YouTube, Facebook and Instagram uploads."
Keyframe Audio Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Where is Keyframe Audio's headquarters?
Keyframe Audio's headquarters is located at 12400 Ventura Blvd, Studio City.
What is Keyframe Audio's latest funding round?
Keyframe Audio's latest funding round is Acquired.
Who are the investors of Keyframe Audio?
Investors of Keyframe Audio include HAAWK.