With Pioneer DJs DJM-Rec App you can legally upload mixes onto streaming services
DJs can now legally clear mixes with Pioneer DJs DJM-Rec App.
Say goodbye to copyright infringement and say hello to music streaming royalties.
Pioneer DJ has teamed up with music rights management company Dubset to allow DJs to legally clear and in turn upload mixes onto major streaming services through its OS app, DJM-Rec.
How it works: The DJ records their mix using the DJM-REC App, which is then uploaded to Dubset, who then analyses it for copyrights.
Thereafter, the DJ can legally upload the mix from Dubset to major streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music without the stress of possibly infringing copyright.
It’s a win-win situation because when a user plays a mix on a streaming platform, the appropriate royalties are paid to labels and publishers who own the rights without you having to do anything AND you gain exposure for your mixes.
The bright future of copyright
“This partnership brings together Pioneer, the best-in-class DJ tools company with Dubset, the leader in compliant distribution of DJ mixes and remixes to major music services,” explains Dubset’s CEO, Stephen White.
He continues, “A seamless live performance-to-distribution model has been at the top of the DJ communities wish list for a long time, and it is now here.”
As for the DJM-REC App as a recording app, it “allows you to efficiently record then easily archive your mixes via iPhone or iPad. The DJM-REC controls the peak limiter in the DJM mixer to minimise clipping and distortion rather than needing to be done manually on the recording device,” Pioneer DJs website states.
DJM-REC is available in the App store at an introductory price of €10,99. You can try DJM-REC free for 30 days with full access to all features.
Pioneer DJs DJM-Rec App in partnership with Dubset is shaping a copyright friendly future, for iOS users.