5 Startups that will Change the Way You Listen to Music17. February 2016
The music industry seems to be a fun place. Cool artists are around, singing and dancing to the beat, and being paid. Whilst these artists are having fun, businesses are struggling.
Many music companies are popping out each and every day aiming to build a name in the business. However, to tell you frankly, the music industry is a tough place. Many online music start-ups have tried, but only a few succeeded. Only a handful of them generates real profit.
Just recently, a few bunches of start-ups emerges. They are shining with hope to thrive in the business. More than offering a fresh model, they have sufficient capital and being supported by big personalities like the MTV and Fred Wilson.
Below we listed the 5 startups that are showing strengths to conquer the struggles in the industry. You will totally appreciate their way of sharing music.
Splice is a GitHub for Musician created by Matt Aimonetti and Steve Martocci. This is a platform for annotating, editing, and sharing works in progress, which is actually a big deal for bedroom artists. You can also get limitless inspiration through subscribing to over 700 thousand music. They offer loops, presets, and music samples, too. More than making music, you can start collaborating with other music enthusiasts of your interests.
You can also get limitless inspiration through subscribing to over 700 thousand music. They offer loops, presets, and music samples, too. More than making music, you can start collaborating with other music enthusiasts of your interests.
DeliRadio is the voice of local boy bands and performers. From an information-based radio station, it turns to a “community radio” setup that features local radio stations affiliated with concert events. Other start-ups are promoting bigger acts out there. DeliRadio, on the other hand, are upholding start-up radio stations.
This is My Jam
Another music startup is the This is My Jam. Music sharing has been so easy with this platform. All your favorite songs can be shared with fellow users. Consequently, they can also follow and access your songs. Users can even play your lists in just a click. Every posted song is called “jam” and each “jam” is only available for a week.
Earbits coined the word “Groovies”, defined as the “currency” for music streaming. In Earbits, customers earn “Groovies” to listen to a song. Each song costs 10 of it. Once a user registered at Earbits, 500 Groovies is instantly deposited in the account. Once they share it on socials, such as Twitter and Facebook, he can earn 100 more. Moreover, compared to other startups that earn revenue from users, Earbits earns from charging the artists for promotions and listener's data instead.
Soundrop, others call it “social Jukebox”, is a Spotify app that lets users create DJ rooms. These DJ rooms happen when users collect their songs. The room is also open for your friends to visit. Anyone can become a DJ through voting and adding tracks. The more votes a song gets, the most played it is.
These new startups are great platforms to enjoy music. They are accessible on your phones as well. Pair it with a great Bluetooth shower speaker to share the fun with your friends. Music is fun when your share it.
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