AudioDraft is a new crowdsourced music service, which helps musicians hook up with those who need custom music tracks. Anyone can post a request (or contest) for some music, which musicians can bid for. The buyer sets the license terms (exclusivity and duration) and the prize fee, and then gets to select and rate the best entries. Once a winner is chosen, the fee is paid to the lucky musician and the buyer gets their music to use as specified.
It’s a clever adaptation of the current crowdsourced services for designers, freelancers etc, and makes good use of a modern interface to make it appealing. There are even sprint contests where the winning tracks are chosen as the contest progresses (especially useful for anyone wanting multiple tracks) which is really cool.
There are small fees to pay if you’re posting a requirement, and one very neat idea is the collaboration feature, which lets musicians join together to deliver a winning music piece. All in all a great application and one which deserves to do well.
What does AudioDraft do? AudioDraft offers companies a new and innovative way to order custom made audio from the artist and audio designer community by creating audio competitions. Companies can now involve their audience by crowdsourcing their audio works from them. For artists we offer a place where they can gain visibility for their work and earn some money.