Rumblefish To Help YouTubers Avoid Copyright Infringement With New Friendly Music Service

YouTubers who are tired of having their videos blocked or the soundtracks removed because of music copyright violations can breathe easy after tomorrow, when Rumblefish launches their new Friendly Music service. Friendly Music will allow users to buy licenses to copyrighted music for $1.99 a song so that they can use them in their YouTube videos without worrying about having their video removed from the site.

Rumblefish’s Friendly Music site launches officially tomorrow, June 29, and should alleviate a lot of the frustration that YouTube content creators face when trying to find the perfect legal song to use as their video soundtrack. The site will offer over 35,000 songs in their catalog. None of the songs come from the four major mainstream labels at first, but the company has said it will be trying to work out deals with big name artists in the future.