TV Ad Tunes website launches Indiegogo Campaign for Add-on ‘Tunebubble’ to help budding music artists

TV Ad Tunes, a website providing royalty-free music and free promotional adverts, is developing an add-on ‘Tunebubble’ on their website for the budding music artists. Tunebubble will act as a platform for rising and futuristic music artists to share their work with the audiences. In response, if the listener likes music has the choice of supporting the artists through donations to help them build their music further.

The website has already done a lot in this direction with numerous musicians, DJs, songwriters and vocalists promoted on their Twitter account. They have garnered a Twitter following of 8500 within few months that reflects the interest of people in new artists. In further pursuance to this, they decided to expand their website and develop a platform for new music artists to achieve their dreams and get noticed. The limelight music artists get through this platform will help them to increase their fan base which will eventually help them to promote and raise funds for their music.

One must have heard music in adverts that stuck in the head because of its attractive notes but couldn’t found it on internet. TV Ad Tunes comes to the rescue in such scenario. The not-so-known musicians are discovered by the website and help the audience to find that tune from the TV advert. Such fresh and talented music artists are encouraged by the website to create their profile, upload music and promote media links on this platform.

TV Ad Tunes has done all the web development work themselves. But for the next phase, which is technical and complex, they need experts to help them. The campaign launched on Indiegogo will help them raise funds to achieve this target. The backers donating as low as £300 will be rewarded the video promotions on TV Ad Tunes website.

More information about Tunebubble and rewards for the backers can be found at their Indiegogo’s campaign page

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