Hypepotamus: A “Cap table for every song” – Atlanta based Aurign has a Tech Solution to Get Musicians Paid

Musicians on A Stage

Georgia State grad Robert Hatcher recognized an inherent problem in the music industry while building his previous startup, Soundcollide.

The home recording studio startup was designed to help artists work on songs from different locations. “Music is collaborative,” Hatcher told Hypepotamus. “But we saw from our studio that publishing rights were a big point of failure.”

Musicians, agents, and labels have traditionally struggled to figure out the equity stakes associated with each published song. That process is further complicated by new streaming platforms and the need to navigate royalty collection agencies.

Read the full article at Hypepotamus.

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