Sonicly.com is a new crowdfunding platform for musicians

Andrew Eisele and Grammy Award-winning producer Brian Camelio join the Music Biz Weekly podcast to talk about Sonicly.com, their new crowdfunding platform just for musicians.

They discuss what makes Sonicly different than other crowdfunding platforms and what they learned from PledgeMusic’s disastrous failure.

The pair created the solution because there was no crowdfunding platform tailored specifically for the needs of musicians. One-size-fits-all platforms are time-consuming and difficult to set up, offer “all-or-nothing” payment models, focus on monetary targets or impose unsustainable subscription publishing schedules.

Sonicly’s innovative platform has done away with all of these, as they can actually harm musicians, leading to creative burnout and supporter churn.


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