For independent musicians, a variety of challenges often stand in the way of promoting their work. Social media and website management and connecting with industry professionals are just a couple of those issues. Fortunately, a music tech startup called Tunetrax offers a simple solution: one platform to act as an artist’s website, control centre for social media, and a direct line to connections in the music industry. A new concept of music discovery, Tunetrax aims for musicians to build successful careers. One simple dashboard helps musicians publish, distribute, and promote audio, among other things, automatically update their social media, and interact with and sell directly with fans.
French entrepreneur, club owner and festival producer Rémi Jourdan witnessed the struggles of both the talent buying and musician perspective. He developed this one-stop music platform to save artists time, increase their chance of success, and allow them to upload and share their songs, videos, photos, blogs, newsletters and upcoming shows. Everything is instantly shareable onto all the major social networks, plus many others. Additionally, it helps the musicians connect with fans, agents, venues, and other industry figures.
Musicians maintain 100% control of copyrights, as well as the method of publishing and distribution. Press kits are always up-to-date and can be put together with a single click. Artists can promote shows and sell tickets in addition to connecting with venues, promoters, and festivals to book their shows. Furthermore, musicians using Tunetrax keep 100% of the revenue from selling singles and albums. Tunetrax is also free for both artists and fans to sign up.
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