|By PR Newswire||
|January 14, 2014 08:31 AM EST||
HOLLYWOOD, Fla., Jan. 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- December 28th 2012, AAMPP™ (simply pronounced "Amp") debuted a year ago and on the first anniversary, the beta has officially ended and now visitors will see some awesome new features.
Regardless of whether you're a musician, music professional or fan, AAMPP redefines your music discovery and engagement experience with others, by bringing independent artists and fans closer together than ever before. Today, music discovery becomes truly personal, which remains a central piece of the AAMPP experience,
AAMPP's latest upgrades will introduce many powerful features to be rolled out during the coming weeks and months.
AAMPP Instant (beta)
Member Artists can now opt into the beta-selling program that allows them to set their original music for sale on AAMPP, receiving a higher payout per track or album than other industry competitors. Members wishing to participate in the AAMPP Instant beta will find more information via the tour page next to the "AAMPP Instant's" description. A "Get more info" button redirects to a registration request page where exiting members are validated, verifying that they have original content ready for sale. Following beta, AAMPP Instant will be opened up to all musicians. Musicians will be able to track and keep records of their transaction history in real time and request payouts directly from their AAMPP account. Fans can now purchase music directly from their favorite artists, to stream or download at any time. And future updates will allow purchased content to be stored in a fan's AAMPP Music Library, allowing them to create playlists and share from anywhere.
This phrase replaces the generic term "profile" as a key differentiator for AAMPP, from other services using profile when referring to their user's accounts. So, What's your Music Identity?
This phrase replaces the generic term "share" as a key differentiator for AAMPP, from other services using share when pushing content and/or information outside of their internal network.
Fans can create playlists and also Shout out™ from AAMPP, the music they listen to using our new music queue.
Members can set the notifications type they would like to receive via email or through AAMPP's platform. New notifications include: when someone followers, Shout™ on your Pulse™, comments on Shouts, likes Shouts, Reshouts, plays songs or likes songs.
Members can select an AAMPP badge in two (2) variations and multiple sizes for use on personal websites or blogs, which will direct fans straight to their Music Identities.
"Members asked that we create an app so they can have more immediate access to, and communication with, their fans while on the go. We listened and created an iPhone app with this first version (1.0), Now AAMPP's catalogue is with you wherever you go. We've made music discovery simple and intuitive, both for our professional members and for fans. There are more features and updates to follow soon after this debut of the app but, we think members will be pleased with Version 1.0," says CEO, and Founder, Garth Soshahi.
Through the app, musicians who create public collections on AAMPP can curate music, while fans can browse tunes and enjoy hearing new artists instantaneously. Download from the App Store to start discovering great indie music – completely ad free.
Better discovery through brand consolidation
AAMPP has often been mispronounced. We have been working to help remove this misconception with an additional, more phonetic, domain. Our recent acquisition of "Amp.net" help new visitors more easily find AAMPP, while existing members can now use the shorter domain with existing AAMPP handles to direct fans to their Music Identities. (e.g. http://amp.net/deeraby)
About AAMPP Network
AAMPP™ was conceived by Garth Soshahi and O'Neil Anderson in 2008, when they set out to create the easiest way for musicians, music professionals and fans to create a Music Identity™, connect, collaborate, discover and share music with the world.
Garth Soshahi, CEO
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