Musicians will be able to promote their tracks directly from the iPhone
14.07.2019 0 Comments
Now the service that the company had previously offered to use exclusively using a web browser on a computer is also available on the smartphone.
Musicians can download tracks directly from their iPhone. Then the application itself will distribute the composition on the streaming platforms selected by the artist, such as Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal and others.
For such a convenient distribution system, UnitedMasters takes only 10% of the future profits that the tracks will bring. At the same time, the authors retain all rights to their works. The application also allows you to add a cover to a track or an album, indicate who else participated in the recording, or mark whether the tracks contain text intended exclusively for adults. You can even specify the desired release date of the track or album. In addition, social networks accounts can be connected to their profile in the application.
Musicians pay money using PayPal.
UnitedMasters was founded by former Interscope President Steve Stout. On the creation of the platform $ 70 million allocated company Alphabet. Project sponsors include Andreessen Horwitz and 20th Century Fox. The goal of the project is to help young musicians in promoting their creations in streaming services.
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