We frequently get asked questions like...
“Why do I have to attach audio to my pitch and then upload the same track to the workspace?”
“How can I make my pitch more intriguing?”
“Do you take cash bribes?”
Okay maybe not the last one, but the first two are commonly asked questions and we’re hoping we’ve provided answers in the form of the new pitching phase. We’ve made updates that benefit both those pitching and the project owner based on your questions and feedback given to us. So we went away and made the changes many of you have asked for.
So how does it work now?.
As a project owner, you will first check out that member's profile to get a good idea on who you may be working with based on how they present themselves.
The entirety of your profile is on show, so think of it as a portfolio meaning that your profile should be complete, including a bio about yourself, images and videos more importantly though, top quality music commonly known as ‘bangers’.
Attaching audio to your pitch is a thing of the past! ... why you ask?
- Saves your data allowance, which in turn allows you to utilise other aspects of the platform
- - Quick and efficient way to show your interest in certain opportunities
- - No uploading the same track twice - you would only upload to the Workspace.
As always it’s the Workspace where your submitted tracks count and this process remains the same. Once your profile is reviewed and the project owner sees you as an established member, having received good feedback and a great variety of tracks on your profile you would then upload your chosen tracks you deem suitable to the brief to the project's Workspace.
The workspace is made for reviewing lots of tracks. The pitching phase, on the other hand, is only meant for reviewing profiles, not tracks. As you can see above there are unique track filtering tools inbuilt to projects workspace, making it easy for project owners to review hundreds of tracks! Certainly not an easy process if it were all done by attached audio to pitches as it once was.
Put the new pitching phase into practise - check out the opportunities available here: