Posts Categorized: Client Tool

Now That’s What I Call A Compilation

Who doesn’t love a great mixtape? A collection of handpicked songs that represent the best of the best of whatever genre, activity, theme, emotion, season, holiday, or mood those songs embody. And while many music lovers may say that compilations erode the value of the album, it cannot be refuted that compilations provide tremendous value… Read more »

MUSO Continues The Fight Against Piracy with New Updates

Our anti-piracy Marketplace partner, MUSO, has some exciting updates to share in their constant fight against illegal downloads and sharing. Here to introduce them to us in this guest post is Co-Founder and Music Services Division Head, Andrew Chatterley. Since making our service available in The Orchard Marketplace, we’ve continually expanded our suite of features… Read more »

Sound Out Your Music Before It Hits

Whether you’re an avid Marketplace user or new to the party, I’d like to spotlight one of our partners that’s added some value to its offering since it launched in our Marketplace last year: SoundOut. To rewind: SoundOut is a service used by majors and indies alike that sends music to an active group of… Read more »

Become A SoundCloud Master and A Master Of Your Rights On SoundCloud


Between updating their subscription plans and experimenting with more visual profiles (still in early beta), SoundCloud has been on fire lately. ComScore even recently reported that their traffic increased by 26% in one month, making SoundCloud the 8th fastest growing site in the U.S. Though it’s certainly evolved since its launch in Berlin in 2008, SoundCloud has retained an… Read more »

Watch This Space: Amazon Disc on Demand

Working across both the digital and physical markets, I am frequently asked my thoughts on the future of physical music sales. While I believe a physical market will survive for music, I also often point to services like Amazon Disc on Demand as an interesting space to watch. Many questions arise over this service, and… Read more »