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DJM-REC From Pioneer DJ Now Clears and Distributions Mixes Thanks To Dubset

Upload your mixes from DJM-REC, Pioneer’s iOS recording app for DJs, and use  the Dubset service to instantly identify rights holders and distribute your music.

Pioneer is partnering with Dubset Media to upload, clear, and distribute your mixes right from our iOS DJ-mix recording app, DJM-REC. Now, DJs can go from live set to instant legal distribution in a matter of minutes, for the first time.

The process feels frictionless, though it’s built on two innovative platforms designed with DJs in mind.  Dubset’s proprietary MixBANK platform manages the licenses and royalties for labels and publishers. Its proprietary MixSCAN technology can analyze DJ mixes or remixed audio files and identify the tracks used.

“This is a world first and we are excited to work with Dubset to bring it to market.”
This new feature means that once you’ve uploaded a mix from DJM-REC to Dubset and the system has analyzed it for copyrights and cleared it, you will be able to distribute it legally to music streaming services such as Apple Music and Spotify. A DJ artist profile is also created in these major music services on your behalf if you don’t already have one, where your cleared content is made available in one location for all your fans to access and enjoy.  When a user plays your DJ mix or remix on these streaming services, appropriate royalties will be paid to the labels (who will pay the artists) and publishers (who will pay the composers and writers) who own the copyrights.

“This partnership brings together Pioneer, the best-in-class DJ tools company with Dubset, the leader in compliant distribution of DJ mixes and remixes to major music services,” explains Stephen White, Dubset’s CEO. “This exciting partnership enables, for the first time, DJs to upload their live sets through their Pioneer DJM-REC app to Dubset’s MixBANK where the set will be analyzed, parsed, cleared, and distributed to Apple Music. A seamless live performance-to-distribution model has been at the top of the DJ communities wish list for a long time, and it is now here.”

To use the Dubset upload function, you’ll need to update DJM-REC to the latest version (ver. 1.2.0).

ABOUT DJM-REC

DJM-REC is a high-quality DJ mix recording app that allows you to easily record, share and promote your music. Connect your iOS device via USB cable to DJM mixers featuring digital send/return to smoothly record and upload your sounds to cloud services, such as Mixcloud, SoundCloud, Dropbox and, of course, Dubset. You can also promote your mixes in real time through live streaming platforms, including YouTube, Facebook Live, Periscope, Instagram and Snapchat.

To use DJM-REC with our mixers (DJM-TOUR1, DJM-900NXS2, DJM-750MK2, and DJM-450), you’ll need to update the mixer’s firmware to the latest version.

Don’t have DJM-REC installed? Try it for free for 30 days. After the trial period, you can continue using the app by upgrading to the paid version.

  • DJM-REC, our iOS recording app for DJs, is available in English only.
     
  • It is the responsibility of DJM-REC app users to follow copyright protection laws, rules and regulations, as well as international treaties designated in the country, where the app is being used.

About Dubset Media

Dubset has built an innovative music marketplace for DJs, labels, publishers, and distributors, enabling the legal distribution of once hard to clear mixes, remixes, and other content. Through cutting edge technology (MixSCAN), a rights management database (MixBANK), and easy to use dashboards, Dubset is creating new mix & remix distribution and monetization opportunities built on transparency, ownership control, and simplicity.

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