Shutterstock has launched an unlimited music subscription plan for content content creators and digital marketers. This subscription contains over 11,000 tracks that can be used in web-based content, such as podcasts, YouTube videos and conference presentations.

This service will cost $149 a month, and will include access to the Shutterstock Music library with music tracks searchable by genre, mood or popularity. According to Shutterstock, its music selection has been curated by professional musicians. The service will be adding hundreds of tracks every month.

This music can be used to spice up your content, such as putting a professional shine on things like podcast intros, YouTube ads, or conference and trade show presentations. This is a cost-effective feature for marketers who don’t have the budget and resources to invest in high-end music productions for all their projects.

“Our new unlimited licensing option empowers creators to license music as their needs arise and frees them to focus on the creative vision rather worrying about budget,” said Shutterstock VP of Product Christopher Cosentino.

There will even be “shorts” and “loops” music offerings to all their licensing plan, making available shortened version of a song or segments of a longer song that repeats indefinitely.

The newly added shorts and loops come at no extra cost with all of Shutterstock plans. The shorts offer 15-second, 30-second and 60-second versions of songs.

Shutterstock now boasts a community of more than one million contributors, with hundreds of thousands of images added every week.

The image, video and now music licensing site has more than 280 million images and more than 16 million video clips available.

SourceAmy Gesenhues