Audio Network Brings Music To Adobe Premier Pro CC

Audio Network Brings Music To Adobe Premier Pro CC

Audio Network, the independent music company delivering authentic and creative music solutions to global content creators in every industry, today announced that Adobe® Premiere® Pro CC users will benefit from a new integrated panel providing direct access to its catalog of over 100,000 tracks.

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The solution creates a seamless workflow, enabling editors to find and purchase incredible music without leaving the Adobe Premiere Pro CC editing environment.

Users will have access to Audio Network’s extensive catalogue of high quality original music, made in collaboration with the world’s best composers, artists, musicians and studios. Users can audition tracks in their edit with unlimited trial MP3 tracks downloaded straight to their bin.

Once they find the content they want, the full-quality licensed WAV track replaces the MP3.The new integration panel demonstrates Audio Network’s commitment to ease of use for Adobe Premiere Pro CC users, making it easy to select and edit tracks with no interruptions to their workflow.

Matthew Hawn, head of product development and customer experience at Audio Network, said, “We continue to listen to our clients and bring innovative solutions to the marketplace; enabling the communities we serve to expand their creative palette. Users of the new integration panel will experience a cutting edge range of features for searching, auditioning and editing music within Adobe Premiere Pro CC – saving valuable time for content creators in a demanding industry.”

“The open architecture of the Adobe video tools allow for integration both under the hood and within the application, providing a connected, creative environment,” said Sue Skidmore, head of partner relations for professional video at Adobe. “The new Audio Network integration panel for Adobe Premiere Pro CC illustrates what this means, giving users access to music content easily and efficiently, without interrupting the creative process.”