Fans can listen to music and create playlists... but they can also experience deeper emotional connections with the artists behind the music they love.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) October 09, 2014
The MIT-founded music/tech company AudioCommon is launching its first mobile application this Friday, October 10th, at the A3C Hip Hop Festival in Atlanta, GA. An artist-to- fan engagement application that exposes the public to the music creation process, AudioCommon Engage not only provides artists with a conduit to share new forms of interactive music content with the public, but also provides these artists with access to an important new revenue stream: monthly fan subscriptions. “We’ve pioneered a tool that allows artists to create a unique, mobile-specific experience exclusively for their fans; where artists can expose the individual tracks that go into the making of a song,” said Philip Cohen, AudioCommon CEO and Co-Founder. “Through our app, fans can listen to music and create playlists the way they already do, but they can also experience deeper emotional connections with the artists behind the music they love.”
To launch Engage, the Company has partnered with A3C to host a stage that will feature some of the best independent artists from across the country. The event takes place in Atlanta on October 10th at QUAD.
AudioCommon is redefining the way music is created and shared in today's interconnected world. Through AudioCommon's Cloud collaboration platform, artists and the larger Music Industry can collaborate in new ways during the earliest stages of the creative process, and share new types of audio content to engage fans with fresh, interactive experiences. In 2013, AudioCommon garnered several awards including the "Best Bootstrapped Company" award at the South by Southwest (SXSW) Music Accelerator in Austin, TX, and the "Notable Startup" award at the SF Music Tech Summit. AudioCommon works with some of the biggest names in today’s Music Industry, and has a large and growing base of Indie and Major Label artists. Find out more at AudioCommon.com