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ProMusicDB.org Announces Plan to Archive Over 300,000 Music Credits of Los Angeles Musicians With ‘Make Musician Credits Timeless’ Fundraiser
ProMusicDB.org announces their “Make Musician Credits Timeless” fundraising campaign, seeking support for three archiving projects that will integrate over 300,000 Music Credits of Los Angeles Musicians into the ProMusicDB.org platform.
“Music is timeless in the digital age. Therefore, the acknowledgement of the people who created and performed music should be timeless as well,” says Christy Crowl, Founder and CEO of ProMusicDB.org. “We believe that by archiving musician credits and their digital artifacts in the ProMusicDB.org platform, we are preserving a valuable piece of our culture in history, and empowering a more personal connection between the music we hear every day and the musicians that create it.” Continue reading →
With the holidays in full swing, ProMusicDB.org is extending its open enrollment period through the end of 2016 so even more people can give the gift of music credits preservation to their friends, relatives or loved ones. Starting at an annual fee of $97, membership with ProMusicDB.org is the perfect gift idea for any musician who wants to ensure they are properly credited for any project they work on or create. Signup is available at https://promusicdb.org/.
ProMusicDB.org is the first artist-controlled authority of music credits, enabling songwriters, musicians, producers and engineers to take control of their credits, identity, metadata and digital legacy. The result is the preservation of music credits for the digital future. Continue reading →
ProMusicDB calls for first-ever artist-controlled database for music credits
In the digital age, controlling one’s music credits, identity and legacy is more challenging than ever before. Many organizations have tried—and failed—to serve as a central online music credits resource.
Why have none of these organizations succeeded? For starters, none are willing to put the control of credits in the hands of the artists themselves. It’s only fitting, then, that an artist would develop the most promising solution to date: ProMusicDB.org. Continue reading →
Enrollment for ProMusicDB.org is off to a strong start, with numerous accomplished musicians, songwriters, singers and producers signing on as Founding Artist Members. As the first artist-controlled authority of music credits, ProMusicDB.org enables artists to take control of their credits, identity, metadata and digital legacy.
“We are thrilled at receiving such an enthusiastic response to the launch of our organization’s digital platform and are honored to include some highly respected music industry professionals as our Founding Artist Members,” says Christy Crowl, Founder and CEO of ProMusicDB.org. “Our Founding Artist Members have already done the hard work—creating the art. Now they can protect and preserve their works by their own means and control, and their metadata can be stored centrally and repurposed across industry platforms as they so desire.” Continue reading →
The launch date for enrollment with ProMusicDB.org, the first artist-controlled authority of music credits, is just around the corner on September 28 and the organization is offering a free launch party/webinar for any interested songwriters, musicians, producers and engineers. Registration is free at www.promusicdb.org.
In addition, some of the industry’s most respected organizations are already singing the praises of ProMusicDB.org’s revolutionary new platform:
“Protecting the best interests of musicians is the top priority for us, and ensuring proper credit to the work of musicians in the digital age is a major challenge. ProMusicDB.org is not only educating musicians on how important data is to preserving their musical legacies; it is also offering a valuable solution to collect and maintain musicians’ data through its platform.” – AFM Local 47Continue reading →
ProMusicDB.org today announced the upcoming open enrollment period for its revolutionary new platform, which will preserve the legacies of music creators for the digital future. The first artist-controlled authority of music credits, ProMusicDB.org will enable songwriters, musicians, producers and engineers to take control of their credits, identity, metadata and digital legacy. Enrollment begins on September 28 and will continue through the end of November.
“With the music industry hyper-focused on how to make a profit off music creators’ work in the age of technology, the responsibility of the industry in acknowledging the legacy of music creators and their work in its simplest form—giving credit—has been all but completely forgotten,” said Christy Crowl, Founder and CEO of ProMusicDB.org. “We need to build our own resource of professional music credits and metadata online, and that data should be reusable to conduct our business and preserve our collective legacy.” Continue reading →
This month, ProMusicDB took a big step on behalf of musicians everywhere and filed the platform’s technical specifications with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, which describe how ProMusicDB can preserve, protect, and authenticate the digital identity of music creators and musical works in the digital realm.
These technical tasks are accomplished in the form of an artist-contributed, non-profit music credits database and digital archive, to be created by musical artist contribution for the public good, forever. Continue reading →