Right now there is unlimited potential to increase revenue streams for music producers.
Due to the empowerment of the digital revolution, there are more producers and creatives than ever, and it’s easier than ever to make music. But the music industry is still hindered by archaic systems which only paid back 12% to musicians in 2017 (source). With our current climate if you want to work as a successful musician or creative you must pursue additional revenue streams.
At the Simplify Market, we have created some ways for music producers to get paid while doing something they are passionate about.
MyMarket: An individualized marketplace where music producers and other professionals can market their services to the general public. Whether it be mastering music, making music videos, editing, captioning, digital art, or countless other skills that can be applied to the music industry. If you have at least one of skill set you can make money on the simplify market while working with people in the music industry.
The Incubator: You’ve spent years developing your craft. Now you can get paid to provide your valuable feedback. Set your price that works around your schedule- with The Incubator you can actually give back to the production community by providing feedback on tunes while simultaneously making a second stream of income.
Music Licensing: License your music to heavyweight music clients while eliminating the middle-man. Behind the scenes, 3rd parties are taking huge chunks of the revenue created by these deals (50% or more!). Our platform will give music producers the ability to negotiate directly with these entities making sure they get the price they want with immediate payment.
“It’s all about connection through community.”
The community itself will create an environment of empowerment. Talented people with virtually no business connections could find themselves making a full-time wage doing what they love. Let’s use the Simplify graphic designer as an example. Like many others in the music industry, his talents are multi-faceted- he does so much more than just make music. Living in rural Russia, he has very little access to a good paying jobs and the option of working in the music industry is non-existant. By making album covers for the label, he is able to work at home and makes more than his parents who work full time jobs. This is the sort of case study… the sort of example of someone who could thrive within the Simplify Market. It’s all about connection through community and bringing people together who were otherwise never connected.
– Aaron Simpson, the owner of Simplify Recordings.
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