Fans can access artist content on Vertigo from anywhere, no app download required. Artists can further increase streams and sync any content with subscriber accounts.
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fear of heights, the social listening app, wants every fan to savor the amazing content that artists share in its artist lounges. Once required to download an app, music lovers can now simply click a link, sync their subscription streaming account, and dive into Vertigo’s artist lounges. Where users previously had to use Vertigo’s mobile app to watch interviews and other Vertigo-exclusive events, these will now be even more accessible by simply clicking a link in an email, text or message. social network.
Based on new common listening experiences, Vertigo has made great strides in making virtual music events feel truly live. Users meet in virtual living rooms and listen together using Vertigo’s state-of-the-art audio sync technology, and each person’s stream on Spotify or Apple Music counts as a single, monetized listen for the artist.
Now, original Vertigo content will be easier to share and save via web links, helping Vertigo users connect their friends with platform exclusives. Each artist exclusive will have new reach and longevity, and provide more streams for artists. Previous performances (like this session of Tyler Rich which debuted in 2022) will be easy to boost on social media after they have already performed.
These web links are unlike any other. By connecting video directly to streams, Vertigo makes artist content monetizable in endless combinations. Whenever fans watch music content, like in Vertigo’s Artist Lounge interviews with rising stars like Booth Laci Kaye and Drew Baldridge Where SPIN Review‘s covers on hitmakers like SOIL RÜFÜS and summer walker, those views translate into revenue. Links allow anyone to quickly and easily share Vertigo-powered content across an unlimited number of platforms, enabling exponential feed growth.
“We’re always on the lookout for new innovations to energize artist platforms, and our web links are the first of their kind,” says Vertigo’s CEO. Daniel Yen. “By making content available off-app, we’re taking stream amplification to a new level and giving artists new opportunities to deliver their music in a way that pays them instantly.”
With each new feature, Vertigo builds a community between listeners and artists. This latest change is another way to create new experiences for fans and benefit musicians ready to maximize the impact of all of their content.
Vertigo is an intuitive and fun app for iOS, Android and the web that makes music social. Anyone with a Spotify Premium or Apple Music account can stream perfectly in sync. Artists and fans can start or join a channel, and they’ll hear the same songs at the exact same time without anything getting in their way. Vertigo is part of Halogen, a venture capital studio company with projects in artist development, publishing and other areas of the music industry.
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