Marlborough MA - January 19, 2010 - Boris FX, the leading developer of integrated effects technology for video and film, today announced a new Apple Final Cut Pro plug-in for MyMusicSource, a music licensing company for music supervisors, film companies, TV production companies, and other users of commercial music. The plug-in, developed and freely distributed by Boris FX, allows users to launch MyMusicSource directly from within Final Cut Pro and then find, license, and download music that automatically appears in a Final Cut Pro bin. Music license uses include everything from film & TV to wedding videos. Music pricing starts at low as $5. Both instrumental and vocal music are available.
"We are very pleased to partner with Boris FX for the launch and ongoing development of the patent-pending MyMusicSource family of music licensing products," comments Michael Redman, President, MyMusicSource. "We believe the ability to license pre-cleared music and quickly integrate music directly into video and audio editors' workflows will be a real time-saver."
"Music is integral to the workflow of our users," comments Boris Yamnitsky, President and Founder, Boris FX. "We are happy to partner with MyMusicSource to offer a plug-in product that allows an editor to find, license, and download music directly from Final Cut Pro's interface."
The MyMusicSource music licensing plug-in for Apple Final Cut Pro is available for free download from the Boris FX web site at http://www.borisfx.com. More information regarding MyMusicSource is available from the company's web site at http://www.mymusicsource.com.
Founded in 1995, Boris FX is the leading developer of integrated graphics and effects technology, delivering 3D compositing and vector graphic products for broadcast, post-production, film, and multimedia. Boris products have grown to serve millions of artists worldwide. The company's success lies in its ability to integrate and leverage technologies through strong partnerships with industry-leading developers such as Adobe, Apple, Autodesk, Avid, Grass Valley, and Sony.