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Adobe is the tech company behind creative software like Photoshop and video-editing tool Adobe Premiere. It also has a library of royalty-free images and other visual assets called Adobe Stock. As of yesterday, that library also includes music and audio.

Adobe has partnered with two companies to fill that catalogue: Epidemic Sound and Jamendo. The non-watermarked audio tracks will also be integrated into Premiere Pro. “Users can now browse, preview, and license audio tracks from within Premiere Pro itself, without a need to switch applications,” explained Adobe.

The music will also be part of Adobe’s ‘mixed assets’ subscription for its stock library, which starts at $29.99 a month for 10 standard assets. Epidemic Sound says it’s providing 27,000 tracks as part of the integration, and will also be the ‘official music provider’ for Adobe’s upcoming Short Film Festival.

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