GrooveZoo's is going live with their GrooveStore on October 15th. The GrooveStore is the final phase of GrooveZoo's vision for an online system that empowers musicians to work together and create professional music. Moreover, the GrooveZoo members can create quality music that actually generates licensing revenue. Jeremy Korn, CEO of GrooveZoo notes "Things always come out better when people work together -bringing specialized skillsets and fresh perspectives to a project.
GrooveZoo was build to connect recording systems and the people who use them. And now GrooveZoo members can post their high quality music to the GrooveStore for licensing into Film, TV and Radio."
The best part is that the revenue is automatically split and paid directly into the PayPal account of the session members based on royalty split in the session contracts. "We built GrooveZoo as an alternative to Creative Commons. Creative Commons only enables the use of freely shared tracks without the ability to pay scale or royalties to the session members who did the work - which is not good for anyone. Our system creates a mini-startup environment in each session," says Korn. In GrooveZoo the members that create the magic are rewarded a royalty percentage by the session owner. These percentages are then used to calculate and distribute the revenue directly to each session member's PayPal account. This includes splits for both Master Use and Publishing Royalties.
Furthermore licensing music in the GrooveStore is quick and easy, with three licensing levels to choose from: Small Market ($99), Larger Market ($299) and National Markets ($499). Also, free comps can be downloaded to try before you buy.
Music Supervisors love real music, created by real musicians, and GrooveZoo is the proverbial Farmers Market for licensing fresh, organically grown music. The only thing better than making music, is making music and money, and GrooveZoo is one of the few sites on the internet that make this possible.