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JAXSTA LAUNCHES PRO BETA

Jaxsta has launched a beta version of its new product Jaxsta Pro. An extension of its free online music credits database, Jaxsta Pro is tailored to music industry professionals, and offers a hub for artists, creatives and those that represent them to research, discover, and connect worldwide.

Jaxsta uses technology to solve an industry need for official data. Founded in 2015 by Jacqui Louez Schoorl and Louis Schoorl, Jaxsta launched the open beta of its debut product, Jaxsta.com in June 2019.

Jaxsta.com seeks to be the definitive source of official music credit information (content-owner supplied, not crowd-sourced) for artists, musicians, songwriters, producers, engineers and other members of the music community. The platform also gives music fans a tool for discovery, with a previously unavailable level of access to credit information. Jaxsta Pro beta builds upon Jaxsta.com to create a comprehensive platform for the music industry.

Currently, Jaxsta’s database of official music credit information contains more than 100m credits across 30m web pages, reflecting the music credits of 19m recordings. This includes 5m production credits; 4m profiles (individuals, groups, companies, and organizations); 2.5m album/single/soundtrack releases; 2.5m recording engineers; and 1.9m songwriters.

Jaxsta Pro’s beta offering includes the following features: Profile Management: Artists, managers, producers, record labels, publishers and more can claim Jaxsta profiles and enhance them. Global Music Charts and Alerts: Users can access more than 600 charts worldwide from Spotify, iTunes, Official Charts Company, ARIA and AIR. Market Insights: Members can access territory-specific directories containing key music industry information from the world’s Top 20 markets. Events Calendar: Browse conferences, festivals and award ceremonies around the world. Richer Data: Users gain access to insights from Jaxsta's data, including key identifiers such as ISRC and UPC. Musical Works: Members will have access to a central record of composers and publisher information with a full list of recordings, and will be able to find contacts for potential synch-deals.

Jaxsta CEO and Co-Founder Jacqui Louez Schoorl said, “We are thrilled to unveil the beta version of Jaxsta Pro. With this launch, we have fulfilled our dream to provide music professionals with a set of tools we believe cannot be found compiled anywhere else.” Jaxsta Chairman Brett Cottle added, “We are confident that the customized features this version of Jaxsta Pro provides to music professionals will benefit those in the industry by saving them valuable time and resources.”

Jaxsta Pro beta, a paid service, is currently offering 30-day complimentary trial memberships. Yearly memberships are priced at $150 with monthly memberships offered at $15.

Jaxsta has entered into data partnership agreements with Adarga Entertainment Group, Alligator Records, ATO Records, the Australasian Performing Rights Association (APRA), Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA), Big Deal Music Group, Bright Antenna Records, CD Baby, Epitaph Records, Fat Beats Records, Foundation Media, Hillsong, Mad Decent, Merge Records, Merlin, Mushroom Music Publishing, Narnack Records, The Official Charts Company (OCC), Polyvinyl Records, RIAA, The Recording Academy (GRAMMYs), Sentric Music, Sony Music Entertainment and The Orchard, Soulspazm Digital, Unified Music Group, Universal Music Group, Virtual Label and Warner Music Group. More partners will be announced soon. 

 

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