Hopefully they don't fuck this up.
how is it corporate when any artist can upload their music and sell it for what ever price they choose?And now music is once again corporate.
Again, again, again, again.
Here's hoping there's some scrappy startup that we (musicians and listeners) can flock to.
Hate that I can't escape this bullshit.
We don't have a place for artists to sell their stuff that isn't part of some massive corporate platform anymore.how is it corporate when any artist can upload their music and sell it for what ever price they choose?
> expand internationally
Welp, there goes that diversity and selection once the censorship and bending the knee too shitty governments kicks in.
all this doom and gloom while nothing has changed. the original directors are still in charge. I'm curious to see what they do with the extra funding.We don't have a place for artists to sell their stuff that isn't part of some massive corporate platform anymore.
Bandcamp used to be that, now it's just another corporate platform.
The changes might not come quick but they will.
The real question is how will this integrate into fortnite?
You joke but MetaSounds is on its way to people not really needing expert software to make music/sfx for their games.My next song will be built on unreal engine
By that logic shouldnt you be saying Nespers has acquired Bandcamp?.....Nespers own like 45% of Tencent.....which is more than the 40% Tencent has in Epic.You mean Tencent has acquired.. Bandcamp
I would but I'm not sure how far NDAs will let me.Explain, I'm all ears.
This is yet another meritless claim by Epic, which is now using its newly acquired app Bandcamp to continue its effort to avoid paying for the value that Google Play provides. We’ve been transparentabout Play’s Payment policy for more than 18 months and, as Epic knows, Bandcamp is eligible for a service fee of just 10% through Play’s Media Experience Program—far less than the fees they charge on their own platforms. Despite their claims, Android’s openness means that Bandcamp has multiple ways of distributing their app to Android users, including through other app stores, directly to users via their website or as a consumption-only app as they do on iOS.