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Canva Launches Commercial Music Library; BandLab Adds Global Distribution; The Beatles Join YouTube Shorts
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We usually use the phrase ‘music creation platform’ to describe BandLab, but the company’s ever-growing ambitions are revealing the limitations of that description.
The library is being made available to Canva’s ‘Pro’ and ‘Education’ customers for use in their videos and content, with its ‘Teams’ and ‘Nonprofit’ users to follow.
Believe has developed software that detects AI-made music with 98% accuracy. What might this mean for the future?
During Believe’s Q1 earnings call this past April, CEO Denis Ladegaillerie stated plainly: “We do not wish to distribute and we are not to distribute any content that is 100% created by AI, whether that is Believe or at [Believe subsidiary] TuneCore.” Ladgaillerie then declared that Paris-headquartered Believe was just six months or less away from launching tech that could detect whether a track had been entirely made by AI.
This collaboration comes on the heels of Orfium’s partnership in September with Japanese entertainment giant Avex Inc. for a YouTube management deal.
The season of digital platforms tipping new artists for 2024 is now upon us - and Vevo is first out of the gate.
Now in its 10th year, the 19 selected artists will benefit from a showcase platform consisting of live performance videos (two from each artist) as well as being marketed and featured in music video programming via playlists and editorial features across Vevo’s network, including YouTube and connected TV platforms, such as Roku, Samsung TV Plus and Apple TV.
It’s been confirmed that Warner Music Group – the world’s third-largest music rights company – has also partnered with Deezer on the new payout system for recorded music royalties. That partnership, initially at least, centers on one territory: Deezer’s home market of France.
The Beatles are topping the singles charts while the Rolling Stones are riding high in the album rankings. It’s 1965 again! Except this time round, both bands are being supported by all manner of digital shizzle.
The company has just launched its own Fortnite studio to partner with rights-holders from music, entertainment and sport to create maps and games within the platform, opening up new revenue streams for rights-holders.
Design Manager Juli Sombat sheds light on how a need for more cohesion led Spotify’s design systems team to take a cross-platform approach to components.
The new FL Cloud library will be ever-growing, offering royalty-free Loops, Artist Packs and more.
VoxFeed is a tool that helps artists and their teams to run creator-marketing campaigns, setting briefs for people on social apps.
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