APPLE MUSIC TO HOST UNLICENSED DJ MIXES
Word is out that Apple Music’s newest partnership with Dubset will allow DJ’s to stream their mixes and collect royalties for each download based on a few circumstances.
“This new deal, however, gives DJs, producers, songwriters, labels, and rights holders a platform to distribute legally and profit equally for derivative content. DJs and producers submit their work to Dubset, which runs it through a series of software filters that analyze what licensed material is used, who owns the rights, and what restrictions may be placed on the material. If a song is cleared, it can be hosted for streaming on Apple and royalties are divided up accordingly between creators and rights holders.” – D. A.
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LABELS & KEYWORDS
Me: Noah Saltz, DJ, Producer, Music Producer, Chicago, Artist
Article: Dancing Astronaut
Topics & Industries: EDM, Apple Music, Dubset, DJ Mixes, Music Streaming
Target Market: Teens & Young adults, Music fanatics, EDM fans, Radio DJ’s, Music Festival attendees