Why would I use SongBox?

There are many reasons as to why a songwriter / music creator would want to use SongBox.

The main reason to use SongBox is to give you transparency on who is listening to your music and when.

Case Study using SongBox

A band send their best songs out to 3 different record label execs, 5 radio station DJs and 2 magazine editors. The next day they receive a SongBox notification to say that one of the DJs has listened. Great - they can now follow that up. An hour later they get another notification and this time they know that one of the record labels has listened. They soon see, via their SongBox dashboard, that the record label exec has listened to one particular track 7 times. It's time to give that guy a call!

Case Study NOT using SongBox

A band send their best songs out to 3 different record label execs, 5 radio station DJs and 2 magazine editors.

That's the end of the case study. The band has sent their songs out into the world and they have no idea what's going on with them.

Here are some other reasons to use SongBox

  • You're submitting songs to a publisher
    • If you're wanting your songs to be cut and released by a major artist / label then they can't be publicly available. No credible artist wants to release a song that people have already heard a demo of on YouTube or Soundcloud.
  • You're sending a song to a record label exec
    • There is nothing worse than sending music out and not knowing if the intended recipient ever even listens. With SongBox you'll know instantly when someone listens, and how many times they listen.
  • You're sending an unfinished idea to a collaborator
    • SongBox keeps things private and keeps things easy. Recipients can be listening within 2 clicks (or taps) and there is no digital clutter laying about in people's email inboxes.
  • It's easy for the recipient
    • SongBox was designed with efficiency in mind. The person receiving your music does not to create an account, does not need to login or provide any data. They simply need to click (or tap) twice.