RouteNote Featured On The InQuisitr

RouteNote has been featured on Duncan Rileys new site, The Inquisitr. Duncan is mostly known for being one of the head writers over at Techcrunch, but he has just left that post to launch this new endeavour. The article is not a huge review, but it does showcase our services to a growing audience.

Duncan quoted

It’s a neat middle-man service with great rates targeting an interesting niche. If you’re an unsigned muso looking for a leg up, RouteNote is worth a look.

It is good to see we are getting such good feedback, but make sure if you have any suggestions for us, please just drop us an email because we are always looking at improving what we can provide.

RNTV Is Alive!

Here at RouteNote we are trying to help artists get noticed in the big wide world that is music on the internet. Currently, the state of music online is a little all over the place. There are music stores appearing everyday and even more music communities opening up. Here at RouteNote we want to help our artists standout and we have started RouteNote TV to do this. RouteNote TV will be showcasing a live performance every month from one of our artists and placing their recordings onto our site.

The first artists on RouteNote TV is Ryan Jones. If you would like to be featured on RNTV and you are already using RouteNote, then please drop us an email with details about yourself or band, as well as your RouteNote username.

The Official RouteNote Facebook Group

RouteNote now has a Facebook group! The RouteNote Facebook group will be showcasing some of the best bands on the sites as well as showing picture and videos. On the Facebook group we will be focusing on discussions about what you would like to see on RouteNote. Therefore, if you have any thoughts about what features we should have, who we should partner with and even if you think our site is charging too much of a cut. Then please get in touch via our Facebook group.

RouteNote Profiled on Profy

RouteNote has been profiled on Profy. Profy is a technology news weblog that profiles tech news, reviews and opinions. Leslie Poston writes a very interesting review with is definitely worth the read.

Route Note is providing a gateway to more than just distribution services like iTunes or eMusic. Route Note is also giving artists a way to license their music for use in film, television, radio and downloading.

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