We’ve written about Delic before: it’s a service for musicians and rightsholders to manage, share and collaborate on music, which launched in beta last year, then raised £250k of funding early this year to prepare for launch.
That launch happened yesterday. Musicians can sign up; collaborate with one another and manage those projects, including sharing the files; and also use its tools for making money from their music.
It also has plans to add more features around the management of rights (blockchain ledger registrations included) as well as sync licensing, digital distribution and publishing services.
Delic is also hoping to attract some early adopters with the promise of shares in the company: musicians who sign up in these initial stages will be able to earn equity in return for their feedback on how the platform is working, and how they’d like to see it improved.