Diarmuid Moloney is a co-founder of Rotor, an intelligent cloud-based app designed to help musicians create custom music and promotional videos.
The platform doesn’t require a big budget, or even any video editing skills, as it automatically matches video content to audio. While you can use your own footage, even that is optional, as you can choose from multiple free stock video clips. It’s also free to create a video: you pay only for exporting a file to then post it on your YouTube channel, social media profiles, or elsewhere.
On this Music Growth Talks podcast, Diarmuid talks about how the platform came into existence, explains the technology behind it, and tells us how much original video content you need to create a proper video.
Listen to the show in full to learn if you can find use of this tool, already utilized by the likes of Warner and Universal.
Listen to the episode below.
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