Loudr assists with sales through iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Amazon, Pandora, and other music services. The platform also has a store through which creators can sell their work directly to fans.
One of the biggest benefits Loudr is offering for Fullscreen talent is the percentage the distribution platform takes from all sales. While public users have to part with 30% of their revenues, FullScreen creators will only have to give up 15%, said Loudr.
The partnership brings other audio-related tools to creators networked with Fullscreen. For instance, Loudr offers creators the opportunity to license cover songs and then sell their versions. That said, mindful of the tricky nature of music-licensing rights, Loudr reminds users that music rights change if they want to move that content over to YouTube. The platform does provide a library of pre-approved cover songs that creators are to use without complications.
Fullscreen’s network includes over 50,000 creators who can now take better advantage of Loudr’s services.