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Where to Find Authentic Soundstripe Reviews

Mackenzie Scott

Mar 10, 2022

If the mention of “market research” doesn’t instantly excite or inspire the creative side of your brain, you’re definitely not alone. 

By definition, market research is all about compiling and analyzing tons of information. It’s a means to an end — with the “end” being that you’re more informed when making a new purchase or investment. 

While there are plenty of benefits to this kind of research, you could easily spend hours scouring the interwebs and sorting through search results. No one wants that, so we created this blog to make your search for royalty free music less complicated. 

Why Soundstripe reviews matter

We could list out all the benefits of licensing music, SFX, and video from Soundstripe, but at the end of the day, we’re biased. It’s much more beneficial for you to know what your fellow creators have to say about our library.  

For that reason, we’ve put together a list of six trusted sites where you can find Soundstripe reviews:

  1. Facebook
  2. Trustpilot
  3. G2
  4. Product Hunt
  5. Upgraded Reviews
  6. Honest Brand Reviews
  7. Curated Deals

By perusing these review sites, you’ll get a better understanding of the everyday user’s experience and the quality of our music library. You’ll know exactly what to expect from a subscription plan before you actually make that investment.

Where to read reviews from real creators

1. Facebook


Soundstripe reviews on Facebook


With more than 200 reviews, Soundstripe’s Facebook page is a great place to access a ton of reviews at once. Simply log into Facebook, find our page, and click the “Reviews” tab. 

You’ll be able to sort through hundreds of reviews and see why people do or don’t recommend Soundstripe. You can find this information by using two main filter categories: “Most helpful” and “Most recent.”

Not only is this a good place to read or leave reviews, but our team is also constantly engaging with users on this platform. We take note of what works and doesn’t work, and then we implement changes to make your user experience even better.

2. Trustpilot


Soundstripe reviews on Trustpilot


One of the next best sites to check after Facebook is Trustpilot, a website that posts about one million reviews every month. As of the time of this writing, there are 700+ reviews for Soundstripe and a 4.3 star rating. (You can find those reviews here.)

Because there’s a ton of reviews to sort through, an easy way to segment the results is to filter by five review categories: Excellent, Great, Average, Poor, and Bad. As you read through the reviews, you’ll start to notice trends about how users feel about Soundstripe. 

3. G2


Soundstripe reviews on G2


G2 is a peer-to-peer review site that has become a go-to resource for many creators and business professionals. One of the main perks of this particular site is that you have access to many different types of information at once. 

From the top of the page, you can see Soundstripe’s current rating, an overview of the company, and a sidebar section with Soundstripe User Ratings. As you explore more, you’ll be able to filter the reviews based on star ranking and also see a list of phrases that come up frequently in reviews. 

4. Product Hunt


Soundstripe reviews on Product Hunt


Product Hunt is a website where visitors can discover and share the newest products, particularly in the tech industry. As far as Soundstripe goes, we’re currently ranked with a 5 star rating and more than 500 upvotes. 

Aside from the reviews, an added perk of this site is that you can also see a list of related and trending products that you’ll probably like if you enjoy Soundstripe.

5. Upgraded Reviews


Soundstripe reviews on Upgrade reviews

Upgraded Reviews pulls user feedback from many different sites and compiles the responses together in one easy-to-sort-through webpage. The Soundstripe review is separated into four main sections: Pros, Cons, Summaries, and Discount. 

A main benefit of this resource is that it’s easily browsable. Instead of sifting through multiple pages of reviews, you can quickly skim over the feedback and then click on the full review link if you want to learn more about any of the reviews.

6. Honest Brand Reviews


Soundstripe reviews on Honest Review

If you haven’t come across this site already, Honest Brand Reviews was launched in 2020 to connect people with emerging brands and provide a hub for authentic product reviews. You can find the Soundstripe review here

As shown in the image above, this review is comprehensive and breaks down several of the main topics that prospective users are curious about. 

7. Curated Deals

Soundstripe review from Curated Deals

Although the website's name includes "deals" you can actually find reviews for a variety of different software (and lots of other stuff) on Curated Deals. This review covers what makes us distinct in a crowded royalty free music market and dives into which features matter most for creators. 

Learn more about our subscription plans

At Soundstripe, our team is constantly looking for new ways to improve the user experience, add diverse music to the library, and empower creators like you. 

In recent months, we released our Twitch Pro extension, rolled out exclude filters, and streamlined video clearance for YouTube. If you want to stay up-to-date on all of our newest features and releases, check out our product update blogs

As of 2022, our subscription plans are separated into three main tiers: the Creator plan, the Pro plan, and the Pro Plus plan. 



You can learn more about these subscription plans by visiting our pricing page. From within this page, you can compare features and find the plan that makes the most sense for your creative workflow.

Additional resources to check out next

If you’re not ready to invest in royalty free music, take your time and check out the Soundstripe reviews featured in this blog. In the meantime, here are five articles from the Soundstripe blog that are worth the read: