Friday, December 5, 2008

Add Music to Your Videos Using AudioSwap and Rumblefish

Have you ever wanted to add music to your videos but just didn't have the right music or the technical know-how to do it? Well, it's YouTube AudioSwap and, most recently, Rumblefish to the rescue!

This week we've announced a partnership with Rumblefish, the sonic branding and music licensing agency, to provide you with access to thousands of fully licensed songs from Rumblefish's vast catalog of independent artists. Using our AudioSwap tool, you can now easily add pre-approved Rumblefish music, or selections from our already extensive catalog of music, to your new or existing videos.

By giving your video a music soundtrack, you can provide a dramatic touch that turns an average upload into a tearjerker or hipshaker. Check out this video before the audio swap...

...and after we give it an audio make-over, courtesy of Rumblefish (and composer Franz Liszt):

Soon we plan on uploading hundreds of more songs to our AudioSwap music library, in a wide variety of genres: from ambient, metal, and experimental electronica, to R&B and classical scores. So check AudioSwap frequently for updates.

For more information on AudioSwap and how to use it, visit this helpful instructional page..

Start Swappin'!

The YouTube Team

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