Tuned Global, LyricFind Announce Partnership, Tech Integration; Amazon Music for Artists Launches ‘Hype Deck’ Promo Tool
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Lyrics boost user retention and engagement for streaming apps, a key priority for Tuned Global. Lyrics have long been top-searched terms online, and 81% of users actively seek out lyrics to better understand the words.
Amazon Music for Artists has a new tool for musicians called ‘Hype Deck’ which it hopes will help them spread the word about their music.
It follows past integrations with Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs) including GarageBand and FL Studio. The move is designed to support artists with easy access to tools that support innovation and creativity.
Through this new alliance, artists who distribute their music through CD Baby can access SymphonyOS tools to seamlessly build their businesses, and execute marketing campaigns to increase their streams and grow sales.
MyPart has been on our radar since 2019 when it joined the Abbey Road Red incubator as a startup working on technology to analyse and tag music.
Here’s something to make our music-manager readers choke on your cornflakes (other breakfasts are available). It’s a startup called Mngrs·ai that is, yes, an AI music manager. “Your dedicated music manager, providing you with the support you’ve been longing for, thanks to the power of AI,” according to its website.
The new hub brings the operations of Warner Music Brazil, Warner Chappell Music Brazil, and ADA Brazil under the same roof.
Insidr Music to launch direct-to-fan music streaming app, which it claims could pay artists ‘4,000% more than other music streaming platforms’
Insidr says that it is inspired by the success of creator-centric platforms like Patreon and Substack, and takes aim at the gap in the market for artist-specific fan subscriptions, it said in a press release on Wednesday (January 24).
The American Federation of Musicians says it’s fighting for residuals for streaming content and protections against artificial intelligence, among other issues.
There has been a major switch in the music industry toward data-driven decision-making for artist and brand collaborations. As a result, music businesses must now dance between well-known data and artist performance insights to forge strategic brand partnerships.
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