With Layla, music publishers and songwriters now have a comprehensive system to track all the compositions and recordings of their songs, where and how often the recordings streamed, how much money each stream generates, which recordings are not being paid on and a lot more
New York, NY – February 1, 2018 — With billions of on-demand song streams producing endless mountains of data, information and royalties, the world’s leading digital reproduction rights collection agency Audiam has launched a groundbreaking and all-inclusive income tracking system called Layla. Featuring an easy to use online application Layla provides music publishers a simple and customizable overview of:
· Top royalty generating compositions
· Which music services are producing the most revenue
· What each composition earned by music service
· The exact number of streams each composition produced across recordings
· The per-stream royalty rate each music service paid
Layla also lets you:
· View and listen to a comprehensive list of every existing recording of a song, including versions not previously identified by copyright holder
· Watch each monetized YouTube video
· See the composition royalty rate for each YouTube video
· See how much each recording generated in royalties, the per steam rate in each service and more
Audiam’s Layla not only displays the data in easy to understand ways, but also analyzes and assures the data is accurate. It removes guesswork, simplifies administration, recovers earned but unpaid royalties and ensures publishers and songwriters get paid quickly and efficiently for every fraction of a penny earned.
“How can a music publisher expect to collect all of their money if they don’t have a list of all the things making it for them?” asks Audiam CEO Jeff Price. “The Layla system sifts through mountains of data to help find all the recordings and YouTube videos of a song, tracks the uses, collects the money and identifies what is and is not being paid on. The end result is more money going into the pockets of the songwriters and publishers.”
Audiam is a US based Reproduction Rights collection Agency for the United States and Canada. It works for music publishers and songwriters to exclusively license their songs and collect and distribute royalties generated from US and Canadian interactive streaming digital services such as Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play and more.
Audiam exclusively represents and/or works for the music publishing catalogs of Bob Dylan, Metallica, Jason Mraz, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Jimmy Buffet, SonyATV, Round Hill/Carlin Music Publishing, Third Side Music Publishing, Clear Box Rights, Rough Trade Music Publishing, Songwriters Guild of America, Victory, Epitaph, and Sumerian and thousands more and represents over 400,000 compositions for streaming rights.
Audiam has been in operation in the U.S. for five years. It was created and funded in part by a consortium of artists and songwriters (Jason Mraz, Jimmy Buffet, Metallica, Red Hot Chili Peppers); music business management firms (GSO Business Group, Provident Financial management); music managers (Q Prime); labels (Victory Records) and Jeff Price, Founder and former CEO of TuneCore.
Audiam was acquired by SOCAN the Canadian Performing Rights Organization in July, 2016.
Publishers and rights holders interested in working with Audiam should contact: firstname.lastname@example.org