SoundExchange launches new mobile app and website
SoundExcahnge has recently taken steps to make it easier for musicians, publishers and digital service providers to work with more accessible tools.
by Celebrity Access
SoundExchange unveiled the next generation of solutions to make the music industry more accessible and fairer, including a new mobile app, look and feel and website that will serve as a resource for creators, publishers and digital service providers. These new tools support a community of over 570,000 creators, distributing over $9 billion since their inception.
The new app allows creators to manage their business and makes it easier to track royalty payments owed to them. The revamped website will be the online resource creators use to get paid; companies to find, identify and track music; managers to oversee the rights and payments of their customers, and digital service providers to help them meet their obligations.
“The new tools, look and mobile app reflect SoundExchange’s commitment to building a fairer, simpler and more efficient music industry. We believe creators deserve to be treated fairly and paid for the true value of their music,” said Michel Huppe, President and CEO of SoundExchange. “This is the first step in an exciting new chapter in our journey to support and champion creators. We will continue to innovate to meet the moment in the ever-changing music industry.
“Creators put their blood, sweat and sometimes even tears into creating music that moves and inspires,” said the three-time Grammy Award-winning rapper and actor. Bridges Christopher “Ludacris”. “SoundExchange is leading the way towards a fairer music industry by using technology to help creators overcome barriers and advocating on behalf of artists for long overdue changes that would ensure creators are paid fairly and fairly.”
“Artists care so much about the music they create,” said Billie Eilish, seven-time Grammy-winning singer-songwriter. “The work done by SoundExchange ensures that artists can focus on creating inspiring music and that all members of the creative process are valued, respected and supported for their work.”
“SoundExchange is accelerating its ongoing efforts to adopt new technologies to further our mission of supporting creators,” Huppe added. “Creators should expect to hear more exciting news from us in the coming months about how we’ll make it easier for them to receive their royalty payments.”