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At the very beginning of the collaboration, the revolution was Facebook; the internet giant was the birth of cross-board collaboration, one that became the industry standard.
Following these footsteps closely is precisely how Ryan Larry and Delence Sheares see their creation – Versebooks, best described as the conversation starter in the world of digital musical collaboration.
At this point, it is safe to say, this is the unfolding of the revolutionaries and the platform they have poured themselves into.
As an executive music producer in Columbus, Ohio, Ryan has seen the highs and lows of the musical scene. Having a long history in the development of artists, he successfully managed Trippie Redd at the early stages of his career.
Delence, an MIT graduate who hails from Toledo, Ohio is the techie behind Versebooks. While he specializes in computer programming, coding, and blockchain technology, he has brought his skills and expertise on board via the development of Versebooks.
The spark that ignited the idea
The idea of a digital platform where artists can collaborate, license, and manage their publishing rights all by themselves did not just come out of the blues. It started from a conversation Ryan had with an A&R who brokers verses in the Los Angeles area.
“As an executive producer, I have catalogs of music that I own from various artists I have worked with, mainstream and unknown. My a&r buddy licenses verses I own for substantial money randomly, so I knew it was a demand for verses just no platform. One day I was speaking to Delence about apps and gave him the idea based on that for Versebooks, and it was officially under construction.” – Ryan.
It is needless to say that this was how the journey started with Delence bringing on his experience in blockchain to create a highly-secured app.
Versebooks is the music industry’s first social marketplace for audio vocals as opposed to the usual which is audio instrumentals. Writers, artists, copyright owners, DJs, record labels, aspiring musicians, and even ordinary people can utilize Versebooks to acquire, manage, monetize, and market their intellectual property via our revolutionary application. The app is blockchain-enabled, which ensures safety, security, and transparency for every transaction conducted on the application.
Versebooks has many uses. One of the most valuable benefits is its unrivaled ability to generate license agreements using the power of blockchain to instantly registered with ASCAP, BMI, or SESAC before it’s even uploaded. This will serve well for music supervisors seeking synch licenses for film/television as well as DJs and artists looking to remix or reuse vocals. Record labels who own vast catalogs of dormant music now have a platform to not only monetize those catalogs but repeatedly monetize the same content out of those catalogs via non-exclusive licensing agreements.
Celebrities can license, raffle, or auction off verses to their fans or aspiring artists inspired by them directly with no hassle or lengthy paperwork process with labels and lawyers. This app will truly change the industry, and the way music is done!
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