And the winner is…
We had so much fun talking about sound and music and walking you through everything you can do Epidemic tone these last few weeks. This week we announced the finalists for our “At the End of the Tunnel” short competition. So if you missed these amazing short films, don’t forget to check them out and get inspired!
We are now pleased to present you the winner of the short competition “At the end of the tunnel”. The winner is…
Check out this incredible short film below!
The film was shot on the Blackmagic Pocket 6K Pro on Carl Zeiss Jena 35mm F2.4, 80mm, F1.8, Canon 17-55 F2.8 lenses. It was edited and color corrected in DaVinci Resolve.
The music in the short film is Luella Gren, “After the Freak Show” by Epidemic Sound.
The team at Epidemic tone thought the filmmakers thought out the story well and how they can use different sound effects to create a certain feeling and bring the world to life. They were impressed with how the filmmakers used the music and sound effects so skillfully and tastefully.
“We’ll soon no longer have to send paper planes to each other, we’ll see the end of the tunnel!”
Are you as impressed as we are? Simply use the extensive libraries below Epidemic tone. Check your options!
The personal subscription is made for the creator who puts their own content together. This subscription allows non-commercial creators to post videos using Epidemic’s music and sound effects catalog to YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Twitch, and podcasting platforms.
This subscription gives you unlimited access to download and publish content with the music of Epidemic Sound for as long as you are subscribed.
As a personal subscriber, you can link a single YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitch page together with a podcast RSS feed. An additional subscription is required for each additional set of social channels that you wish to use Epidemic Sound content on.
Music of Epidemic tone is not generic or bought. It’s professionally composed and absolutely unique. Their artists are world-class musicians and full-time studio professionals. Some of these artists stay with the company for longer periods of time, while others are signed to major labels.
You have 35,000 tracks and 90,000 sound effects with millions of uses. You can choose a stem here, a stem there, a sound effect to complete your project. The catalog is tailored to your needs and is easy to search, filter, search and collaborate with. You can choose by genre, occasion, length, tempo or mood for inspiration.
And remember, you are protected from copyright claims! Not youYou don’t have to worry about copyrights, licenses and royalties.
M.Perhaps you’re a content creator with multiple social media platforms, a freelancer creating content for others, or a small business Trading plan could be for you
The Trading plan is for a creator working on commercial or business projects. You get quality music for all of your freelance and internal work.
With the commercial subscription, you can voice over content for your own business and clear content for customers. It covers unlimited usage on online platforms including usage on YouTube, websites, digital ads and unlimited boosts for social media posts. There is no Again, worry about copyright claims. Epidemic Sound provides the best possible service to its creators and brands.
All you have to do is copy the link of the published production you want to delete, make sure you are signed in to Epidemic Sound and go to “Me,” click “Account,” then click “Delete videos”. You just paste the link of the published production and your client will not be claimed to publish any content with Epidemic Sound music without a license.
You have unlimited access to download and use epidemic Music and sound effects in your published content, as well as the ability to sub-license and share content with each of your customers. There are no restrictions on the use of digital ads and social media marketing.
And you still have access to those 35,000 tracks and 90,000 sound effects, making it easy to find the perfect track for your video!
Learn more about Epidemic Sound Sound here, and thanks again to everyone who took part in our “At the end of the tunnel” short competition!