Our radically different listening model and commitment to fair payments for artists.
Explore this unique model from Resonate, the world’s first streaming music cooperative. A method that turns casual listeners into dedicated fans without expensive monthly subscriptions.
The first rule of Resonate is artists always get paid for every play unless they specify otherwise. Providing total control for musicians and fair trade trust for fans.
Contrary to virtually every other streaming service, Resonate is building our system open source. Being a cooperative, it fits with our ethos of openness and transparency, but we’re doing that for other reasons as well – overwhelming efficiency and prosperity.
Our proposal to join forces with music-oriented blogs to achieve two goals – promotional support for Resonate leading to the creation of a new portal for their content. Through our innovative stream to own model and desire to build more robust music communities, Resonate envisions creating a fully immersive…
You probably have an idea of how #stream2own works – what makes it new, and why it’s exciting. But maybe you’re still wondering what exactly Resonate membership means for artists and labels. This can be broken down into two basic areas: the streaming side of things, and the co-op side of things.
For music blogs, the possibility for extra income beyond ads. For artists, creative potential to curate a “label for a day”. Resonate embeddable playlists.
Diagrams exploring the Resonate roadmap for development, how we’re going to build a blockchain database for the music industry, #stream2own and our unique cooperative ownership structure.
The key difference between Resonate and other streaming services that have been built on closed-door deals is transparency. The fact is, artists have been shut out from the process for far too long.
Traditionally, co-operative entities such as retail stores, small-scale manufacturing, real estate, service firms, etc. have been local by nature. By contrast, platform co-operatives like Resonate are often international from their inception.
In case you’ve never heard of this type of business, a cooperative is a company structure that allows everyone involved to be a co-owner – sharing in decisions and sharing in the profits. The saying usually goes “one member, one share, one vote” and it’s all about bringing democracy to the workplace.