A new service called “Sell Your Sound” provides audio gear owners the opportunity to process audio files for anyone, worldwide, and make money.
The Audio Hunt have just released a new service called “Sell Your Sound”, which provides audio gear owners with the opportunity to make money from their equipment by processing audio files for anyone, worldwide.
Audio gear owners can create an account and list their gear easily. DJs, producers, bands or anyone else involved in creating music can then utilize the gear’s authentic sound for a fee set by the owner. In-built payments direct from users to owners, and Dropbox integration to send files and screenshots of desired settings makes completing transactions fast and simple.
Co-founder of The Audio Hunt and accomplished music producer / engineer Stephen Bartlett believes that this is the answer to creating quality and authentic-sounding music in an age of high production costs and decreasing income for artists.
“Due to the high cost of audio gear, many people (such as DJs and producers) resort to plugins and other low-quality music processing, ” said Bartlett, “by connecting those who own gear with the millions of others who are chasing authentic, quality sound, we’ll empower people to create better music for lower costs.”
“I believe the results will be heard instantly in creativity and fidelity, ” he added.
“Our website mobilizes unused equipment and creates a community where everyone benefits from sharing. Owners benefit from additional revenue streams, Renters benefit from cheaper access to quality gear, and we all benefit from better sounding music.”
The Audio Hunt also offers a range of other sharing-based services for those involved in creating music, including peer-to-peer gear rentals; advertising audio services such as mixing, mastering, engineering or producing; and hiring music spaces like recording studios and rehearsal rooms.
Creating any music-related listing on the website is easy and free. Once uploaded, your listing appears in search results and is bookable by anyone who uses the site. For each booking, you can set the cost, specify shipping and security deposit prices (if needed), and transact seamlessly and safely.
The website is the latest great example of consumers’ shift towards the sharing economy, which has already revolutionized the travel and transportation industries through the likes of AirBNB, Uber and other similar websites.
The Audio Hunt boasts some rare and unique listings that would impress even the most avid of gear heads. It has received huge support and encouragement by audio industry heavyweights, such as Cenzo Townshend and Ronald Prent, and boasts feature interviews with Ryan West, John Alagia and Chris Keup.
More details at www.theaudiohunt.com