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Jingle Punks Jingle Player app (photos)

Take a closer look at the Jingle Player iPad app from Jingle Punks, which provides an easy way to search and download pre-cleared independent music to license for advertising and media production.

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Donald Bell
Donald Bell has spent more than five years as a CNET senior editor, reviewing everything from MP3 players to the first three generations of the Apple iPad. He currently devotes his time to producing How To content for CNET, as well as weekly episodes of CNET's Top 5 video series.
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The Jingle Player iPad app allows music coordinators for advertising and television production to quickly search, browse, save, and send pre-cleared songs that can be easily licensed for their projects.
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The Jingle Player's database has been uniquely crafted by the team at Jingle Punks for keyword searches that are more meaningful for music coordinators. For example, a search for Wes Anderson will bring up songs that would be suited for the quirky soundtrack of a Wes Anderson film. Search results can be instantly previewed, as well as starred or added to personally organized playlists.
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The Jingle Player app links into your existing web-based Jingle Punks account, allowing you to access and add to your playlists.
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As a music coordinator, once you're ready to send your song suggestions on to a client or supervisor, you can use the Jingle Player app to wrap up a given playlist into a WAV or MP3 archive, and email the link.
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The Jingle Player database also distinguishes itself with suggested and similar song recommendations, based around tags and pop culture terms that you wouldn't necessarily find on a consumer music app. For example, the tag "U2" doesn't produce a listing of songs by the famous band, but instead results in a listing of songs with a similar feel. It's a search result that would be disappointing in iTunes, but is considered a feature for the type of professional user using Jingle Player.

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