Barcelona-based personal music copyright administration group Unison has launched SOLO, a world administration platform for digital rights.
SOLO will present artists and creators with skilled instruments to handle their digital rights, providing options for each copyright and grasp rights, all with out intermediaries, in response to a press launch final week (July 26).
The challenge has obtained partial financing from the Subsequent Era EU funds, working underneath the framework of the Restoration, Transformation, and Resilience Plan spearheaded by the Authorities of Spain.
The platform will supply a dashboard that may enable artists to trace all digital rights earnings from their compositions and recordings. Unison says SOLO eliminates the necessity for a number of intermediaries and ensures that artists retain extra management over their inventive works.
Artists can simply add and register their music and understand how it’s performed and the way a lot it generates by way of knowledge visualization. With none intermediaries, artists are anticipated to get extra income for his or her music, Unison stated in a devoted web site for SOLO.
“SOLO will allow authors to save lots of money and time and supply extra time – and peace of thoughts – for them to give attention to what they’re really captivated with: creating music.”
Jordi Puy, Unison
“SOLO will allow authors to save lots of money and time and supply extra time – and peace of thoughts – for them to give attention to what they’re really captivated with: creating music,” stated Jordi Puy, CEO of Unison.
“SOLO culminates in our ardour to simplify digital distribution and copyright administration – and it does so in a single place, with out middlemen and the odds they take. We will’t look forward to you to take a look on the insights SOLO can present on your catalog, Puy added.
Unison says a staggering 120,000 songs are uploaded to digital platforms each day. Nevertheless, on account of improper knowledge registration and inefficiencies, a whole lot of hundreds of thousands of euros go undistributed every year, failing to achieve the rightful creators of the works.
SOLO stated it seeks to deal with this difficulty by establishing clear and unified administration of all digital rights in a single central hub. The platform is constructed on a basis of metadata to make sure exact monitoring of utilization and well timed distribution of earnings to rights holders, Unison added.
SOLO will probably be provided by way of a subscription mannequin and will probably be appropriate with varied units.
Unison represents greater than 700 purchasers from over 30 international locations, collectively serving over 40,000 rights holders and managing the copyrights of greater than 2.7 million musical works.
Puy advised MBW in 2020 that one among Unison’s principal focuses is its operation of a multi-territorial digital licensing hub for publishing rights and its marketing campaign for transparency in music publishing.
“Unison was not created simply to resolve sure issues in Spain, however to compete within the international market,” Puy stated on the time.
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