Sound cloud helps its musician community

Amid the dif­fi­cul­ties encoun­te­red by music crea­tors during this time of glo­bal lock­down, the plat­form Sound­Cloud puts for­ward solu­tions for artists’ revenues.

Noti­cing a mas­sive increase in the num­ber of users since the begin­ning of the pan­de­mic (50% during the month of March), Sound­Cloud, the well-known plat­form hos­ting musi­cal files gea­red towards inde­pendent artists, has deci­ded to offer new ser­vices to its com­mu­ni­ty, in order to assist its members.

In addi­tion to the new but­ton allo­wing direct dona­tions from the public to the artists, via the ser­vice of their choice (Pay­Pal, Kicks­tar­ter, Patreon…), the Ger­man com­pa­ny has announ­ced on April the 2nd the launch of Repost. In exchange for a 30$ (27,50€) annual sub­scrip­tion, this new plat­form pro­vides an easy way to manage mar­ke­ting, dis­tri­bu­tion, and a favo­rable mone­ti­za­tion of the artists’ music. Musi­cians will be able to keep 80% of the income gene­ra­ted via Spo­ti­fy, Apple Music, and around 20 part­ners, as well as 100% of their income on SoundCloud.


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