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Vampr launches Pro service with digital music distributionMusic collaboration app Vampr, often referred to as "LinkedIn for musicians", has announced a new Pro service, adding digital distribution services to its capabilities. Vampr Pro will allow users to service their music to leading digital service providers including Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube, as well as keep 100% of their royalties.
Vampr To Further Aid In Music Discovery And Connection With New Pro ServiceVampr, an app that aids in music discovery, connection and collaboration, will unveil its new Pro service on Aug. 14. On the heels of announcing its publishing division that assists members with free sync representation, Vampr Pro's August launch will allow users new features and more accessibility to music distribution for a monthly fee of $4.99.
Facebook launches Collab, a mix-and-match app for making collaborative music videosFacebook's internal R&D group, NPE Team, is rolling out yet another new app today called Collab after having just launched a new group audio calling app, CatchUp, on Tuesday. With Collab, the focus has now returned to video, and specifically, the concept of watching, mixing and matching o...
Calif consumer privacy law can affect businesses across U.S.NEW YORK -- If the thousands of Californians who use Josh Simons' app for musicians demand next month that Vampr delete their personal information, Simons will be ready to comply. The social network company expects to be one of many businesses nationwide subject to the California Consumer Privacy Act, a law that takes effect Jan.
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APRA AMCOS sponsors LinkedIn-style music biz app VamprCiting the need to keep encouraging the music industry to network and collaborate, APRA AMCOS has sponsored music networking app Vampr. Described as "LinkedIn, but for the creative community", the app was launched four years ago by APRA AMCOS members Baz Palmer (best known as guitarist and songwriter of Hunters & Collectors) and Josh Simons (of the band Buchanan).
Vampr shoots past $100k in its equity-crowdfunding campaignStartup Vampr has been around since 2016, as one of the startups hoping to create a 'LinkedIn for musicians' industry-focused social network. It has since raised $900k of funding from angel investors and industry executives, but in 2019 the company is turning to the crowd for more money.
Australia's Josh Simons talks 'muso's equivalent to Tinder' VamprJosh Simons is a guy with more than music on his mind. The Melbourne artist and entrepreneur is co-founder of Vampr, a social app that helps creatives make sweet, sweet music together. Once touted as a muso's equivalent to Tinder, it's evolved into so much more than a hook-up tool.
Vampr CEO: "Everyone Wants to Know Why We Didn't Go to VCs"As any "creative" doing the Hollywood shuffle knows, connection is the name of the game. When I randomly connected with musician Josh Simons two years ago, we discussed what you need to be the most successful musician you can be. Simons, who'd just returned from touring with Keith Urban down under, had recently co-founded music startup Vampr .
Vampr | PubNub"For any geosocial network, realtime is critical. These conversations and first encounters with strangers are happening in the moment and they represent our core business. If the focus hasn't been on making that realtime experience robust then you're at risk of losing your pulse altogether."
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Vampr app aims to become the musicians' equivalent to TinderMelbourne musician Josh Simons has enjoyed national radio airplay and more than a million streams for his band, Buchanan, but when it came to finding the right players to hit the road he realised he needed the muso's equivalent of the Tinder dating app.
Interview: Josh Simons on Vampr - the New Collaboration App for Artists - TuneCoreWhether you're looking for a date or a fun new way to connect with your friends, there's no shortage of mobile apps being developed and released to the world every month that'll capture our collective attention and hopefully make our lives easier in some manner.
Hunters and connectorsHUNTERS and Collectors muso Barry Palmer has teamed up with Buchanan Band's Josh Simons to set up an online app for musicians. The duo have created VAMPR, a social networking application to connect musicians for work and social purposes.
3 Apps for Easier Musical CollaborationThese tools are great for finding collabs and recording tracks from all around the world.
For Former Busker Ed Sheeran and for Other Undiscovered/Unsigned Musicians Today, It's Still About Social Networking & Connecting"I would gig at night and, if I didn't have a sofa to crash on, I'd sleep on the (subway) all day. Then I'd gig the following night, and do it all again." -Superstar Ed Sheeran on his former busking days "We want to be adored, but what is at the core, then colors turn to gray, when the bright lights start to fade away.
Melbourne app Vampr wants to help facilitate collaboration in the music industry - Startup DailyAs consumers looking for love trial all the various dating apps on market in the hopes of finding the perfect algorithm that will lead them to The One, the swipe-to-find-the-perfect-x model is making its way beyond the dating space to other sectors, from recruitment to music.
Hunters & Collectors, Wang Chung members united by music tech boomPub rockers Hunters & Collectors and "new wavers" Wang Chung have little in common musically, but members of each have been united in a boom for music tech start-ups driven by growing revenues from streaming.
This rock star built a 'Tinder for musicians' and is bringing it to AsiaAustralian singer-songwriter Josh Simons is a member of an alternative rock band Buchanan. He also co-wrote "The Voice Australia" winner Alfie Arcuri's single "Careless Game." Simons has deep musical roots, as his grandfather signed Tom Jones and his father set up Paul McCartney's publishing consortium for his solo career.
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