×

An unexpected error occurred. Please try again later.

FirstCom Music for Adobe Creative Cloud

Explore over 275,000 tracks, view our playlists, your FirstCom Projects, and quickly import music directly to your edit without leaving the Adobe suite.

Explore over 275,000 tracks, view our playlists, your FirstCom Projects, and quickly import music directly to your edit without leaving the Adobe suite.

FirstCom Music's Extension for Adobe Premiere Pro, Rush & Audition enables projects to flow seamlessly by offering a quick and easy way of searching, auditioning and downloading music all in one platform. With our full catalog of over 275,000 tracks at your fingertips, matching the right music with your video has never been so simple.

Features:
- Explore over 275,000 HQ audio tracks from award-winning composers in every genre
- Search for a mood, genre, composer, track or album title just like you would on firstcom.com
- Seamlessly preview and import unlimited tracks to your project
- Access alternate versions, instrumentals and underscores as well as :60, :30, :15, :10 edits
- All tracks available in various file formats: MP3, WAV, AIFF
- Playlists Panel - Get inspiration from our themed playlists
- Access your audio projects created at firstcom.com
- No audio watermarks on preview
- Generate Cue Sheets for your finished project for easy licensing & reporting
- Learn more: https://www.firstcom.com/en-us/campaigns/firstcom-music-adobe-extension

Rating

Title
Comment

Release Notes
1.8.3

Features
N/A

Issues Resolved
Fixed issues with opening links (Legal- and Manual-pdfs and Cue Sheet Helper) on Big Sur.

Other
Updated the download role query parameter.
Updated the styling on input fields and buttons, to make them stand out more.
Updated installer to support Adobe Premiere Pro 14.5.

Known Issues
If the user has the remember me set before this release, on the first time opening the panel, the initial search will happen
without the new download role query parameter. The auto-login that happens after the initial search will then fix this and the initial search will have the new download query parameter from then on. This only concerns the initial search, all other searches work as they should from the start.

Documents
FirstCom Music Adobe Extension Audition User Guide.pdf
FirstCom Music Adobe Extension Premiere Pro User Guide.pdf
FirstCom Music Adobe Extension Premiere Rush User Guide.pdf

Opening & Using the Extension in Premiere Pro or Audition
- Start in an open project in Premiere Pro or Audition
- Navigate to Window > Extensions > FirstCom Music


Opening & Using the Extension in Rush
- Start in an open project in Rush
- Navigate to Add Media > Media Browser > Extensions (FirstCom Music)