Song Piper gives every artist their very own store front where they can offer their music free of charge or set a nominal fee of 99 cents per song which often helps offset the costs of licensing a cover tune, a service that Song Piper also provides.
Popstars such as Justin Beiber and Greyson Chance have used the Internet and services such as Youtube to garnish million of “hits” and quickly establish a fanbase large enough to propel them to the top of the charts. Song Piper levels the playing field by giving every talented artist an opportunity to create and share music without the restrictions of a record label.
George Stebbins, Co-Creator of Song Piper states “We have a tremendous sense of duty to put the music back into the hands of the artists that created it. We have observed how hard it is for an individual artist with his or her own sound to be noticed and contracted by large corporate music companies. These companies seem mainly interested in conserving the status quo of boy bands and one hit wonders, narrowing the opportunities of unique upstart bands and artists.”
Future plans include a virtual classroom with tutorials, how-to guides and instructions on how to achieve the best results for home audio recordings and product reviews to help users find the best recording and playback devices for their style of music. Song Piper plans a soft release through the remainder of the spring while it continues to make site-wide improvements and provide additional tools for its users.
The website can be reached at www.songpiper.com
George W Stebbins, Vice President