Buying and selling music rights just got easier with ‘SOUNDFLOOR’ 

– service launched with the New Year

 

Today’s rapid growth and development of online media and self-produced content demands 

an increasing supply of creative audio and visual stock sources. 

In response to this demand, Seoul, South Korea based startup company,  

SOUNDFLOOR Inc. (CEO Isaac Jung), launched an online beta service on the 6th called ‘SOUNDFLOOR’, 

which is a global open music licensing marketplace and a music production freelancing/crowdsourcing platform.

 

SOUNDFLOOR provides two main functions: 

a ‘Library’ where artists are able to directly sell their creative music to purchasers 

in a form of an open market and ‘Project’; 

a music production freelancing/crowdsourcing platform in a contest format 

where purchasers are able to post a specific composition request 

and are able to select artists for the best tailor-made tunes.

 

As an open market, artists and producers are given the freedom to determine the pricing 

and usage permission of the music and audio sources they wish to license 

while purchasers are given the opportunity to not only purchase a specific license but also if the artist offers, 

gain full ownership and copyrights to the audio. 

When a full copyright is purchased, the original DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) files are provided 

and there are no restrictions on how the purchaser decides to edit or arrange the audio.

 

A high quality streaming service is also provided where a partial segment of the registered music content 

uploaded by the artist can be previewed.

 

SOUNDFLOOR has also integrated an audio content recognition function to prevent users 

from registering audio that already exists and to protect the rights of the artists’ registered music.

During the beta period, full version listen passes will be given to the users each day 

allowing a full duration listen of any registered music rather than just the default preview and for all purchases, 

no sales commission fees will be applied. A special online event will take place 

where the top 5 weekly artists will be chosen and rewarded with a small gift directly from SOUNDFLOOR.

 

CEO of SOUNDFLOOR Isaac Jung, 

stated that he “hopes that this service will meet and satisfy the needs of home-recorders, 

self-producers, and all those are involved with creative content production. 

We will try our best to provide the purchasers with exactly what they’re listening for in an outstanding quality 

at a reasonable price and open up opportunities for talented artists to enter the mainstream market.”

 

http://platum.kr/archives/74607

Buying and selling music rights just got easier with ‘SOUNDFLOOR’ 

– service launched with the New Year

 

Today’s rapid growth and development of online media and self-produced content demands 

an increasing supply of creative audio and visual stock sources. 

In response to this demand, Seoul, South Korea based startup company,  

SOUNDFLOOR Inc. (CEO Isaac Jung), launched an online beta service on the 6th called ‘SOUNDFLOOR’, 

which is a global open music licensing marketplace and a music production freelancing/crowdsourcing platform.

 

SOUNDFLOOR provides two main functions: 

a ‘Library’ where artists are able to directly sell their creative music to purchasers 

in a form of an open market and ‘Project’; 

a music production freelancing/crowdsourcing platform in a contest format 

where purchasers are able to post a specific composition request 

and are able to select artists for the best tailor-made tunes.

 

As an open market, artists and producers are given the freedom to determine the pricing 

and usage permission of the music and audio sources they wish to license 

while purchasers are given the opportunity to not only purchase a specific license but also if the artist offers, 

gain full ownership and copyrights to the audio. 

When a full copyright is purchased, the original DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) files are provided 

and there are no restrictions on how the purchaser decides to edit or arrange the audio.

 

A high quality streaming service is also provided where a partial segment of the registered music content 

uploaded by the artist can be previewed.

 

SOUNDFLOOR has also integrated an audio content recognition function to prevent users 

from registering audio that already exists and to protect the rights of the artists’ registered music.

During the beta period, full version listen passes will be given to the users each day 

allowing a full duration listen of any registered music rather than just the default preview and for all purchases, 

no sales commission fees will be applied. A special online event will take place 

where the top 5 weekly artists will be chosen and rewarded with a small gift directly from SOUNDFLOOR.

 

CEO of SOUNDFLOOR Isaac Jung, 

stated that he “hopes that this service will meet and satisfy the needs of home-recorders, 

self-producers, and all those are involved with creative content production. 

We will try our best to provide the purchasers with exactly what they’re listening for in an outstanding quality 

at a reasonable price and open up opportunities for talented artists to enter the mainstream market.”

 

http://platum.kr/archives/74607

Buying and selling music rights just got easier with ‘SOUNDFLOOR’ 

– service launched with the New Year

 

Today’s rapid growth and development of online media and self-produced content demands 

an increasing supply of creative audio and visual stock sources. 

In response to this demand, Seoul, South Korea based startup company,  

SOUNDFLOOR Inc. (CEO Isaac Jung), launched an online beta service on the 6th called ‘SOUNDFLOOR’, 

which is a global open music licensing marketplace and a music production freelancing/crowdsourcing platform.

 

SOUNDFLOOR provides two main functions: 

a ‘Library’ where artists are able to directly sell their creative music to purchasers 

in a form of an open market and ‘Project’; 

a music production freelancing/crowdsourcing platform in a contest format 

where purchasers are able to post a specific composition request 

and are able to select artists for the best tailor-made tunes.

 

As an open market, artists and producers are given the freedom to determine the pricing 

and usage permission of the music and audio sources they wish to license 

while purchasers are given the opportunity to not only purchase a specific license but also if the artist offers, 

gain full ownership and copyrights to the audio. 

When a full copyright is purchased, the original DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) files are provided 

and there are no restrictions on how the purchaser decides to edit or arrange the audio.

 

A high quality streaming service is also provided where a partial segment of the registered music content 

uploaded by the artist can be previewed.

 

SOUNDFLOOR has also integrated an audio content recognition function to prevent users 

from registering audio that already exists and to protect the rights of the artists’ registered music.

During the beta period, full version listen passes will be given to the users each day 

allowing a full duration listen of any registered music rather than just the default preview and for all purchases, 

no sales commission fees will be applied. A special online event will take place 

where the top 5 weekly artists will be chosen and rewarded with a small gift directly from SOUNDFLOOR.

 

CEO of SOUNDFLOOR Isaac Jung, 

stated that he “hopes that this service will meet and satisfy the needs of home-recorders, 

self-producers, and all those are involved with creative content production. 

We will try our best to provide the purchasers with exactly what they’re listening for in an outstanding quality 

at a reasonable price and open up opportunities for talented artists to enter the mainstream market.”

 

http://platum.kr/archives/74607

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