Audiomack, an on-demand audio discovery and music streaming platform has reportedly announced a collaboration with Amuse, an independent music and record label distributor. The collaboration will enable creators to connect their Amuse and Audiomack profiles for easy distribution of music to the platform through account linking.
Vanessa Wilkins, the Vice President of Head of Music & Data Partnerships at Audiomack, stated that both companies are highly aligned partners with an emphasis on encouraging rising artists and innovating the conventional tools provided by streaming platforms and distributors. She added that Audiomack and Amuse have worked together to avoid issues associated with other DSPs, by providing their shared clientele of creators a streamlined method to ensure that content is delivered to the correct artist profile automatically and seamlessly.
The integration allows Amuse users to connect to their Audiomack account and distribute their music automatically and directly to their artist profile on Audiomack. This feature will eliminate the complications from the conventional process of music distribution and help in clarifying the relationship between digital streaming platforms and distribution companies.
Diego Farias, the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Amuse commented that Audiomack is undoubtedly one of the most powerful and influential platforms for today’s creators and artists. He added that the company is delighted with this partnership that will enable all users of Amuse to not only directly upload to Audiomack via the Amuse app, but also connect their artist profiles to ensure a smooth connection between the two platforms.
With more artists taking the indie route, it is becoming increasingly crucial to offer creators the necessary and easy-to-use tools required to further their careers. Both Amuse and Audiomack share a fundamental belief of empowering and educating artists, and have inked this new collaboration to ease the process of direct music delivery to a global streaming platform.