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Montreal Firm LANDR Offers Free Cover Track Licensing

Using Rumblefish’s services, LANDR will handle the licensing of the cover tracks and make royalty payments to the publishers, all at no cost to the artist, the company reports.

Montreal Firm LANDR Offers Free Cover Track Licensing

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LANDR, the cloud-based, automated mastering service developed by MixGenius in Montreal, has reached an arrangement with US-based Rumblefish, a micro-licensing, rights verification, and user-generated content management firm aligned with PRO SESAC.


With this arrangement, LANDR will be able to offer to LANDR-distributed artists and labels a free service to assist them in obtaining licenses for cover tracks.

Using Rumblefish’s services, LANDR will handle the licensing of the cover tracks and make royalty payments to the publishers, all at no cost to the artist, the company said in a media release today. 

“The LANDR.com community is made up of almost 2 million members, and we are always looking for new ways to make artists’ lives easier,” said Pascal Pilon, CEO, LANDR.

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“Last month we launched a new Samples collection, a few weeks ago we added AI-driven Album Mastering, and today we’re adding a free service for licensing cover tracks. We are very excited to utilize Rumblefish’s back-office solution to make recording and distributing cover tracks easier than ever before.”

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The Beaches performing at Billboard Canada's Women in Music Launch on June 5, 2024

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