Boris FX and MyMusicSource Release Free Music Licensing Plug-in
Posted Jan 19, 2010

Boris FX, the leading developer of integrated effects technology for video and film, today announced a new Apple Final Cut Pro plug-in for MyMusicSource, a music licensing company for music supervisors, film companies, TV production companies, and other users of commercial music. The plug-in, developed and freely distributed by Boris FX, allows users to launch MyMusicSource directly from within Final Cut Pro and then find, license, and download music that automatically appears in a Final Cut Pro bin. Music license uses include everything from film & TV to wedding videos. Music pricing starts at low as $5. Both instrumental and vocal music are available.

"We are very pleased to partner with Boris FX for the launch and ongoing development of the patent-pending MyMusicSource family of music licensing products," comments Michael Redman, President, MyMusicSource. "We believe the ability to license pre-cleared music and quickly integrate music directly into video and audio editors' workflows will be a real time-saver."

"Music is integral to the workflow of our users," comments Boris Yamnitsky, President and Founder, Boris FX. "We are happy to partner with MyMusicSource to offer a plug-in product that allows an editor to find, license, and download music directly from Final Cut Pro's interface."

The MyMusicSource music licensing plug-in for Apple Final Cut Pro is available for free download from the Boris FX web site at More information regarding MyMusicSource is available from the company's web site at

About Boris FX
Founded in 1995, Boris FX is the leading developer of integrated graphics and effects technology, delivering 3D compositing and vector graphic products for broadcast, post-production, film, and multimedia. Boris products have grown to serve millions of artists worldwide. The company's success lies in its ability to integrate and leverage technologies through strong partnerships with industry-leading developers such as Adobe, Apple, Autodesk, Avid, Grass Valley, and Sony.