Music payment and workflow management company, Jammber, has announced the release of North America’s first end-to-end royalty management platform, Jammber Splits. Comprised of three main components: tracking the people working on a song and their ownership, automatically registering that song and ownership across North American agencies, and collecting royalties via Jammber Money, Splits is the first and only complete rights management service on the market. The mission of Jammber Splits is to simplify proper credit and faster royalty payments for creators.
Designed specifically with the creator in mind, the Splits app settles ownership percentages and captures all the necessary metadata needed to collect royalties from the conception of the song. Jammber’s Splits is the first to offer built-in song registration, offering writers and publishers the ability to register their songs with their PRO, Sound Exchange, and HFA directly from their phone for just $.50 per song.
“The song is at the center of the universe of music, and ownership is at the center of the song. It drives recognition, powers payments and royalties and even inspires further creation. When people are creating music together the conversations around ownership are incredibly nuanced. At Jammber we want to continually demonstrate how the psychology of great design can simplify complicated tasks and empower creatives and the entire industry to be more efficient,” explains Jammber CoFounder and CEO Marcus Cobb. “What makes Jammber Splits different is how simple it is to use while also being flexible. Anyone can get started within a few clicks. The idea of writing a song with your friends one moment and registering it to get paid the next moment from the palm of your hand was thought to be impossible until now.”
For more, visit jammber.com.
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