PRLog - Aug. 25, 2012 - GURO-GU, South Korea -- SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, Aug. 25, 2012-- ‘Music Spray’ (www.musicspray.net)
As a direct distributor for iTunes, once you become a member for just $99 ‘Music Spray’ will never ask for any annual fee or impose any hidden fees, unlike overseas companies providing the same service who charge a yearly membership fee. With Music Spray, you also get a music release service that is thereafter practically free and unlimited, whether you want to release one album or 10 or maybe even more.
‘Pison Contents’ explained their service in the following way. They said, “For a while after Music Spray had just been founded, the only members we had were Indie musicians but recently we are receiving requests from such famous musicians of major agencies as Si-won Ryu, the Korean wave star, without even having to do any extra publicity.” ‘Pison Contents’ also said, “It has become clear that Music Spray is being well received in the music industry. We will constantly find and distribute sources of great music. The vision for Pison Contents is to become the leading global sound source distributor and to create a steady clientele by offering musicians a much more convenient service.”
For now only the Korean language is available, but many other languages including English and Chinese will be supported as of later this year. When the multi-language version becomes available, worldwide musicians will be able to use Music Spray to release their music onto the global market.
‘Pison Contents’ has recently received recognition for their global business values as shown by their being selected by ‘The Small and Medium Business Administration of Korea’ as a promising company which will advance in the USA’s famous Silicon Valley. Also, the company is receiving support from the ‘Korea Creative Content Agency’ and the ‘City of Anyang, South Korea’. These two organizations are providing them with support in the form of the necessary equipment, facilities and technological infrastructure as well as other required items so that companies can devote themselves to developing their content.