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VEVA Sound Partners with PPL, MLC, Jaxsta, NSAI, etc

Building on pioneering efforts to improve music credits – and eliminate unprecedented royalties – at the label level, VEVA Sound has entered into partnership agreements with PPL, MLC, etc. of the creator-centered expansion.

In addition to these well-known partnerships with Phonographic Performance Limited (PPL) and the Mechanical Licensing Authority (MLC), VEVA Sound has entered into agreements with the Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI), the copyright platform Cosynd, Jaxsta credit database, and Imogen Heap’s Creative Passport Digital ID Company.

For their part, students can sign up for VEVA Collect Pro for free using a promo code provided by their school. (The opportunity, part of the VEVA Collect for Higher Education campaign overall, remains open to partner universities.) And additional partnerships, VEVA told Digital Music News, are underway. onion.

VEVA Collect acts as a one-stop collaboration and project management platform, prioritizing the provision of metadata and credit information to avoid tricky royalty issues.

It’s something artists and musicians desperately need, which is why DMN is eager to partner with VEVA to drive their latest deal expansion. VEVA’s Subscriptions app allows creators to automatically add their credits to projects, and VEVA Collect then compiles these secure credits (and metadata) against the DDEX standard, giving Users optionally export directly to labels and distributors. Plus, VEVA Collect comes equipped with comprehensive file sharing (and archiving) functionality as well as the ability to pre-populate credits.

As a result, VEVA Sound’s newly finalized partnerships have far-reaching implications for the many artists, musicians and composers who have joined the PPL, MLC, NSAI and other listed organizations. With VEVA Collect’s tools, creators will be able to ensure that they get credit – and hard-earned royalties – for each of their projects, thus avoiding the hassle of time in the future. future.

On the nuances of VEVA Sound’s latest deals, treaty with London’s PPL includes support for the member’s International Performer Number (IPN) global identifiers, which users can add directly to the metadata through the trust-centric platform.

Meanwhile, MLC registered professionals, by using the promo code “MLCVEVA” during registration, can receive 50% off the first three months of any VEVA Collect subscription. NSAI registered musicians can benefit from the same 50% discount with promo code “NSAImember” and NSAI and VEVA Collect are also collaborating on a presentation have features “The Black Moon Rises” writers Shelly Fairchild, KS Rhoads, and Emily West.

As noted earlier, VEVA Sound is preparing to announce other partnerships – including one with a state royalty distribution company – that are poised to help even more creators optimize their metadata and secure the payments they owe.

Imogen Heap, founder of The Creative Passport, commented: “I am delighted to announce our first merger with a credit collection software company, in this case VEVA Sound. “It really understands how important it is to empower music producers so they get their credit right then and there. Using your Creative Passport to share information means there’s no need to sign up for another separate service to verify who you are. This is the beginning of a simpler life that we strive to give music producers regarding their admin! This is about getting credit information right in the session, virtually or directly to ultimately help you generate your RIN message. ”

Deborah Fairchild, President of VEVA Sound, is equally excited about the Creative Passport collaboration. “We are thrilled to be integrating with Innovation Passport,” says Fairchild. “What Imogen, Carlotta, and team have built, allowing people’s digital identities to flow seamlessly into recording sessions and creative works, is an important next step towards easy recognition. credit at maturity. We see this partnership as a possible representation of interoperability between music technology companies focused on empowering creators.”

Given the current billions of dollars in royalties – and the lack of metadata that continues to add to the total – the music industry’s lack of credit problem won’t be solved anytime soon.

But VEVA Collect’s diverse features are making it easier than ever for creators to get credit in the digitally-driven professional scene, and per user sign-up and third-party partnership. represents a step in the right direction. As contemporary creators move to receive the compensation owed, they are paving the way for the artists, musicians, and composers of tomorrow.

https://www.digitalmusicnews.com/2021/12/08/veva-sound-partnerships/ VEVA Sound Partners with PPL, MLC, Jaxsta, NSAI, etc

Caroline Bleakley

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