Thursday, October 18

Fund Professional Music Projects With 5TEN15TWENTY

What is stopping artist today from releasing a professionally recorded, mixed, mastered and manufactured project? Nine out of ten times the situation is funding. The COO of Patchwerk Recording Studios, Curtis Daniel III, has started a new program to rectify this situation called 5TEN15TWENTY.
 5TEN15TWENTY is a funding and recording development tool that allows artist and fans to connect and fund professional music projects.

5TEN15TWENTY enables artists to raise funding and support from their backers who wish to hear them create professionally recorded, mixed, mastered and manufactured projects.

Artists win by having one of their biggest obstacles (recording studio fees) taken care of while their project remains independent. Once all of the recording obligations are met, they are free to do as they please with their completed project.

Fans win by receiving unique rewards associated with each project and more importantly--new quality material from their favorite artists.

How 5Ten15Twenty Works

  • The artist creates a music project that they want fans to support. The project can be a single, an EP, demo, or a full-length album.
  • A fan comes to the site to view the types of projects they can support in amounts of 5, 10, 15 or 20 dollars
  • Each price point has a unique reward associated with it. 
  • Once the project is funded in it’s entirety, backers will be charged. The artist will begin working on the recording project and you’ll get your reward.
Every Artist sets their project's funding goal and deadline. If people like the project, they can pledge money to make it happen. If the project succeeds in reaching its funding goal, all backers' PayPal accounts are charged when time expires.

If the project falls short, no one is charged. 

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1 comment:

  1. Great way of supporting the music industry by giving up and coming artist the opportunity to promote their talent.


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