After entering filters and keywords in the search field, your results will appear below. If the video merge tool is toggled “off,” simply click the play button to the left of the track to listen. If it is on, click the button to the left and the track will be loaded into the merge tool to play against the video.
Within the results, you will find the track name and associated genres and moods. You will also find additional information such as artist name, writer name, and publisher & PRO information when you click on the tracks info button.
Favorites, which will always be available via the icon on the upper left, can be selected by clicking on the star to the left of the info button.
To the right of the you will find more ways to organize and find music. Let’s start with Playlists. Playlists are a great way to divide tracks into projects or even scenes within a project. To create a playlist, simply click the plus on the right, name the playlist and start dragging and dropping tracks into it. Once you click into your playlist, you can share it with friends and coworkers. via email
Overtime Muserk will log your search and download history and give you suggestions on other searches to find even more music. You can view a complete history of both searches and downloads with the buttons on the upper left and a recent search history on the lower right. Similar searches can be found just above.
Lastly, to purchase any track for your media project, click on the shopping cart and select the license that fits your usage. Muserk’s licenses cover all media formats and are good forever, all around the world.