No financial wholesale clearing model deal with the label music sales launches recordJet a new tariff, specifically aimed at labels, which are somewhat longer in the market. Advantage of the tariff is the clearing of the deployment cost with future revenues. Therefore, no financial inputs are required. “A personal contact and alternative delivery of data per physical disk is available on the services page in the project. We want to make as easy and profitable as possible the way labels to digital distribution”, explains founder Sahar zamani, the introduction of the new tariff.
Like in the previous artist deal, labels will receive 100% of the proceeds from the partner stores (including Amazon and iTunes). The label deal requires a catalog of at least 25 publications. By the new customers recordJet hoped for crucial suggestions in the upcoming expansion of promotion opportunities. To recordJet: the Dresden start-up recordJet allows all musicians and labels, their music worldwide online for sale. Music uploaded on is set in MP3 stores such as iTunes.
There, the music as a download can be purchased. Unlike other providers, the musicians receive 100 percent of the revenue from digital sales without to cede their rights. Versatile value-added services, such as the physical distribution in over 500 stores, make recordJet a full-service. The company was founded in 2008, to open a new sales opportunity for the German music market is also attractive to unknown musicians and small labels. Since April 2010, recordJet is online and continually extends its offering.