For songwriters and other creators, keeping track of collaborators and dividing royalties on songs can be a pain. Music payment and workflow management platform Jammber wants to make it easier with Splits, its new end-to-end royalty management app.
The app has three main components: Tracking the people who work on a song and their ownership percentage; automatically registering that song to their PRO, SoundExchange, and the Harry Fox Agency; and collecting royalties via its Jammber Money service. The mission is to make payment both simpler and quicker.
While other companies have launched similar apps -- like Create Music Group's identically-named SPLITS -- Jammber claims that its own app is the first to offer built-in song registration, a process that costs $0.50 per song. It's also available in multiple languages: English, Spanish and French.