New York, NY, May 27, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- One of the interesting new projects featured on the Indiegogo crowd-funding site is called FREQS. They offer a platform for musicians giving them an opportunity to have their music heard far and wide with no cost involved, and the musicians keep the vast majority of the profits from their sales.
Even though it's fairly simple to upload music to different platforms and make it available for purchase, it just isn't enough. It takes a lot more than just writing and recording good music to succeed. It takes a lot of work and connections to get good music even noticed, and this comes with a large investment of time and money.
There are lots of extremely talented musicians all over the world creating awesome music that no one has heard about. They've recorded demos of their art that can be perfect for a computer game or TV commercial, even a film. FREQS gives them the opportunity to sell their music, retaining 70% of the profit from all sales. FREQS set out to help their artists develop since they believe that there's real talent that can go a long way with FREQS. One of the unique features of FREQS is an annual selection of a top artist, to support him (or her) and produce an entire album for them, covering all expenses and costs involved and giving it the promotion it needs so rare talents from all genres can get the recognition they really deserve. FREQS' crew is constantly keeping up to date with their artists and their releases to make sure that true talent is not wasted and will be noticed by the right people.
As said by FREQS' founder, Asi Tal: "We encourage artists to create and be heard. All those supporting our Indiegogo campaign now share our vision. Even a small donation of $1 or $5 is making a statement that you too believe musicians deserve an opportunity to succeed on their musical talent alone."
FREQS constantly works to ensure that recordings are offered to producers of music, television shows and commercials, films, social events, theatre performances, to computer programmers, basically anyone who can take interest. Their team keeps busy listening to any music uploaded to their platform and offers it to the relevant parties. Naturally, the music on FREQS is available to the general public as well. All music featured on FREQS' site is royalty-free, in order to bring an increase of interest in purchasing it.
(Royalty-free means there's just a one-time fee to be paid when buying the recording, after which the client can use what he bought without needing to pay future fees.)
FREQS gives the artists 70% of the income of any sale right away (credited to the user's account on FREQS) and they can cash out any time they like, featuring a Live Sales Monitor that's immediately updated with every sale made, and keeping a detailed history of all activity.
FREQS is about supporting the music and the artists that create it. Music is the magic of the world, the universal language that brings everyone together, and FREQS wishes to encourage talent and create a reality where the best musicians will need to do nothing more but make music.
FREQS has a wide customer base – not just the general public, but they specifically target outlets for music that is made for films, TV commercials, computer games, etc. Music featured on the site can go to video editors, presentations, even people who wish to make a family film.
FREQS' user-friendly interface allows just about anyone to open an account and upload their music, but the music uploaded needs to pass the scrutiny of FREQS' crew before being deemed worthy to be sold to customers.
By joining FREQS-PRO (for $1.99/month) artists can be contacted directly by clients, without mediation. Joining FREQS-PRO also opens a door for clients to order custom-made music to fit their needs directly from the artist, and it's now free for supporters of the FREQS Indiegogo kick-starter campaign.
FREQS has a vision to bring the music industry to new levels and offer the world a variety of music that has not been heard until now.Click Here To View FREQS Indiegogo Campaign