Many freelance artists join collection societies like ASCAP, BMI, SESAC, and Teosto. These organizations were created for keeping track of licensing, collecting and distributing income from the performance and the duplication of compositions. It makes sense for music creators so they can better monetize their works. But when new innovations like Audiodraft come around, it has added a some friction to getting their audio crowdsourcing platform to be a tool of choice for professionals.
Crowdsourced competitions generally provide greater value and flexibility to organizations that require creative content --compared to locking themselves down with one artist who may not be able to meet the organization's needs. With more and more amateurs about to create professional audio from their 3 year old PC's, the market is looking better and better for game producers, TV channels, and others who require unique and personalized audio. And it looks like Audiodraft will be there to bring these groups together.
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