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Benefits from investing in Music Royalties

True diversification

Music rights and listening habits are not correlated with traditional financial markets. They are less subject to fluctuation, making them a very promising diversified alternative asset class.

Growing market

Streaming services are expanding rapidly. Goldman Sachs expects the market to double in size by 2030. Favourable regulatory development will underpin widespread adoption.

Passive income generation

Music catalogues generate royalty cash flows. Royalty payouts can provide long term, stable returns.

Music industry boost

Funding isn’t always straight forward in the music industry. Help an artist or music project develop and grow through your investments.

investment opportunities and lifecycle
HOW IT WORKS

Bridging the gap between music industry & financial markets

WHY WOULD RIGHT HOLDERS SELL?

Three problems affecting the music industry

Continuous investments

The music industry is capital intensive. As funding is often scarce, artists require a consistent stream of revenue to secure a prosperous music career.

Deferred payments

Artist, publishers and record labels receive royalties on a deferred basis. The lag between performance and revenue collection limits reinvestment opportunities for all involved in the music industry.

No transparency

Music rights are often negotiated behind closed doors, often resulting in mispriced transactions and a loss in artists’ creative control. The process is ready to be opened up to the public and made more transparent.

ANote Music, the integrated solution

We understand that music is the next big asset class. We embrace innovation, not disruption. No job loss for the music industry. No players threatened. Providing mutual advantages.

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Tomasz Lubert - The Road to a Sustainable Music Funding Model: Solutions from a Polish Chart Topper

The Road to a Sustainable Music Funding Model: Solutions from a Polish Chart Topper

The European music industry is at a crossroads; one road puts artists back at the centre of the music revenue model, while the other paints a more uncertain path for artists amid dwindling revenue streams and the dominance of online streaming services. Despite these challenges, new ideas and innovations can help artists to navigate the current market uncertainty. These creative solutions are aimed at providing alternative revenue streams for artists while ensuring musicians can keep control and ownership of their royalties, writes Polish musician and chart-topper, Tomasz Lubert.
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Bob Dylan Catalogue Sale

How the Bob Dylan Blockbuster Catalogue sale aligns with the latest music royalties’ burst

December 7th, 2020, the day that will be remembered for the possibly biggest acquisition ever of a single act’s publishing rights. Two great names in the music industry, Bob Dylan and Universal Music Publishing Group, join forces for a landmark nine-figure deal that includes the sale of Dylan’s entire songwriting catalogue. More than 600 songs and 60 years of work, covering everything from “Blowin’ in the Wind,” “The Times They Are A-Changin’”, “Like a Rolling Stone”, “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door” and “Tangled Up in Blue” are part of the titles.
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Benvenuto broadens its repertoire with the acquisition of 2 catalogues

– Benvenuto Publishing Catalogue November 2020 has brought a significant enlargement of Benvenuto’s Publishing Catalogue (ID006). Benvenuto Edizioni Musicali has
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