As you compete for consumer time and attention in today’s world, it’s hard to be successful on modern platforms without visual content.
Atlanta, GA. (PRWEB)
August 31, 2017
In preparation for an open public release, the team at ArtTracks.com stands ready to assist independent artists with their visual-audio creations. ArtTracks recently launched their invite-only public beta program to a select group of over 1,000 creators who requested early access to the platform. This first batch of invitees include artists, DJs, producers, record labels, distributors, MCNs, podcasters, bloggers, and marketers who are interested in gaining an edge in a competitive marketplace where consumer time and attention is the global currency.
ArtTracks exists as a success-geared solution for the indie artist and the do-it-yourselfer within the music industry and beyond. ArtTracks provides direct support to independent artists and musicians seeking to learn new ways to build their audiences and engage their fan bases while gaining access to richer monetization opportunities, advanced analytics, and consumer insights through popular platforms like YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, and Twitter. The web-based software platform offers its users tools to transform a “faceless” medium into a visual one right from their web browser, increasing the chances of beginners making a living, while veterans in the field can grow their market presence.
In this modern age of visual culture, ArtTracks offers an easy-to-use, fast, and affordable cloud-based solution to automate the conversion of music and audio files into video versions of themselves by syncing them to static or dynamic visual art and photo imagery. The SaaS-based platform automatically formats and packages sound for delivery to anywhere that video can go. Co-Founder and CEO, Leo F. Larkpor says, “The world we live in today is moving incredibly fast. You can adapt to it or become obsolete virtually overnight. It’s that simple. As you compete for consumer time and attention in today’s world, it’s hard to be successful on modern platforms without visual content. Today, particularly for young independent creators, in most cases unseen means unheard. It’s a losing formula if I’ve ever seen one…