Swedish startup Amuse is an ordinary production company. It concludes contracts with novice musicians and helps them to achieve success. The Amuse has created a special service for musicians – the convenient music cross-poster.
The author can upload his track or album into a single interface and the startup scatters it across dozens of popular music applications: Spotify, iTunes, YouTube, and some others. They will allow artists to receive a royalty for their creations up to six months in advance. The name of this feature is Fast Forward, now it is suitable for a limited group of musicians, and the more widespread use will be planned in the future.
The musician could save his time and nerves on studying incomprehensible interfaces when seeing the statistics in one place and receiving money from a single account. Everything is free, even with an advantage. The minimum amount for withdrawal may be accumulated fairly quickly. In return, Amuse gets the same thing it gives – true statistics.
Currently, it is not possible to download the entire playlist or upload all your tracks at one time to the preferable platform without using additional special programs. However, in this case, it is recommended to use special auxiliary applications.
For example, MusConv service can help to move all necessary audio recordings from one application to another in a matter of minutes, without spending any effort.