Music finance firm Sound Royalties, with offices in Los Angeles and South Florida, has expanded operations to include a new Nashville location. Sound Royalties CEO/founder Alex Heiche, who launched the company in 2014, is now operating out of Nashville full time.
Sound Royalties offers non-credit based financing and cash advancing for musicians and other creatives, including their signature “Sound Check” program, which offers anywhere from $5,000 to $10 million in financing, with a one percent per quarter rate (four percent annually). The non-credit based program costs a one-time flat fee of $695. Sound Royalties’ financing allows musicians to retain the rights to their music.
“Nashville isn’t just the country music capital, it is the music capital of the world. Beyond those who already live here, creatives from all genres of music travel here to play shows, record music, and collaborate with other artists,” said Heiche. “It’s important to us that we establish a dedicated space in Nashville, to enhance our commitment to the community and its music professionals.”
The company also aims to use its Nashville office space, located in the Gulch area, to host events and gatherings, both independently and with other music organizations.
Steve Bogard, Board President of Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI), spoke about the importance of the company’s services: “Sound Royalties is a safe and sensible option to support the growth of creatives’ careers. The company’s flexible model works for songwriters in a variety of situations – an up-and-coming young writer, an established artist who wants to fund a new project, or an experienced songwriter managing multiple revenue streams.”
Meetings at Sound Royalties’ new Nashville office are by appointment only; those interested in learning more should reach out to 1-888-987-3224 or [email protected].
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