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TechZulu interviews AudioMicro, discussing the benefits of securing synch licenses, promotional contests, featured artists, and an overall discussion of the platform's mission.
About.com, owned by the NY Times, lists AudioMicro as a preferred destination for licensing music for video productions. About.com Real Estate writer Jim Kimmons calls AudioMicro "an affordable solution for real estate video music".
TechNews.LA reviews AudioMicro as part of its unveiling of subscription purchasing packages and multi-lingual functionality - the first micro stock music site with either of these features.
Mashable, a leading social news community, does a write up of AudioMicro as a part of its startup series, comparing the platform to micro stock photography communities and applauding the quality of the music library.
StockPhotoTalk, the special interest weblog for the photography industry, covered the launch of AudioMicro as well as its licensing arrangements with AE Music Publishing and professional sound designer Ric Viers.
KillerStartups writes a brief post on AudioMicro the platform "an interesting business model that allows artists exposure while entertainment producers get another source for sounds while not having to spend their entire wallet".
StartupMeMe, a popular technology weblog, describes AudioMicro as "offering pretty much of everything for backdoor musicians to store room sound effect creators".
CNET News.com an internet, technology, and software weblog owned by CBS Interactive covered AudioMicro's presentation at DealMakerMedia's Under the Radar Conference at Microsoft Campus in Mountain View, CA.
WebWare, a division of CNET News.com (an internet, technology, and software weblog owned by CBS Interactive) covers AudioMicro's presentation in the publisher series at DealMakerMedia's Under the Radar Conference at Microsoft Campus in Mountain View, CA
One week after launch, AudioMicro presents to a crowd of 350 press, bloggers, and VC's as part of the Publisher series at DealMaker Media's Under The Radar Conference at Microsoft Campus in Mountain View, CA.