We created Loudr to enable artists to choose how, where, and when to distribute their music.
Transparency isn’t usually the norm in the music industry, but we think it’s important for everyone (artists in particular) to understand what they’re agreeing to. To this end, we’ve made a decision to openly share our user agreements here, including the terms of our music services agreement.
In keeping with our guiding principle of “your music, your rules”, we’ve also undertaken a project to make Loudr’s legal documents more dynamic. To ensure that these agreements evolve with the product and reflect the interests of our most important business partner (you, our user), we’ve made it possible for you to annotate these agreements. To do so, click on the question mark at the lower right corner of the page, tell us what you think and, if you’d allow us to publish your comment, mark your comment as public.
Our legal team will sift through the footnotes and publish changes based on your feedback from time to time, but more or less on a quarterly basis. From time to time we will also be publishing the comments you have elected to share publicly with us, along with our responses to those comments.