Globally renowned and highly respected DJ, Richie Hawtin, explains why he’s collaborated with us to make his RADR application compatible with our KUVO platform in support of the Get Played Get Paid campaign. Led by the Association for Electronic Music (AFEM), Get Played Get Paid aims to make sure electronic music artists get paid the royalties they’re entitled to when their tracks are played at gigs by DJs. Hawtin’s RADR application – which sends information about tracks played by DJs via TRAKTOR PRO* and other DJ software to a Twitter feed – is now compatible with KUVO, our technology that can stream metadata to the performance rights organisations (PROs) that distribute royalties to artists. This means it’s now possible to use non-Pioneer DJ software with KUVO and RADR simultaneously, with initial support for TRAKTOR PRO^. KUVO is a platform from Pioneer DJ that lets DJs share details of the tracks they’re playing in real time via the KUVO app. Clubs that want to use KUVO get the hardware box installed (currently free), and DJs can sign up for free. For more information and to sign up visit:
No es algo nuevo, ya hay plataformas como Mixcloud que pagan a los artistas de las sesiones, pero KUVO es de Pioneer y está muy implantado en los clubs..la idea es detectar automáticamente los artistas que pinches y pagarle unos royalties.
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