MySpace To Offer Cingular Mobile Music

MySpaceMySpace in now offering Cingular’s Mobile Music Studio which will allow upcoming artists to turn there self-produced music into ringtones.

MySpace is a huge networking community were millions of unsigned bands are able to connect with there fans. Now these band will be able to generate more exposure with there new Ringtones.

David Garver, executive director, marketing, Cingular Wireless said, “The Mobile Music Studio offers incredible exposure for these emerging artists, who already have a MySpace following, by making it possible to have their original music turned into a ringtone and potentially have it played on the wireless handsets of millions of Cingular customers nationwide.”

Mobile Music Studio works by first being guided through the licensing and production process led by InfoSpace. Once the licensing is completed the artist will be able to upload there original song which will be screen to make sure it is appropriate. After being approved the song will be converted by InfoSpace into a 30 second ringtones which the artists will receive the link to. Once they have received the link they are free to sell their ringtones in their existing MySpace profile pages. The Ringtone can be downloaded by Cingular customers onto any Cingular phones.

The first unsigned band to participate in the Mobile Music Studio trial is a Australian rock band names Shifter.

“This is a huge opportunity for us, and we’re really excited to be the first MySpace artist actually using Cingular’s Mobile Music Studio to create a ringtone of our song, “Butter,”said Michael Nason, lead singer of Shifter. “It’s just really cool to think about millions of people potentially purchasing and downloading your music as a ringtone. We’re always looking for new, creative ways to get more exposure for our music, particularly in the U.S. Releasing a ringtone through Cingular and MySpace is a great way to make this happen.”

The Mobile Music Studio is still in trials and expects to be nationwide later this spring.

MySpaceMySpace in now offering Cingular’s Mobile Music Studio which will allow upcoming artists to turn there self-produced music into ringtones.

MySpace is a huge networking community were millions of unsigned bands are able to connect with there fans. Now these band will be able to generate more exposure with there new Ringtones.

David Garver, executive director, marketing, Cingular Wireless said, “The Mobile Music Studio offers incredible exposure for these emerging artists, who already have a MySpace following, by making it possible to have their original music turned into a ringtone and potentially have it played on the wireless handsets of millions of Cingular customers nationwide.”

Mobile Music Studio works by first being guided through the licensing and production process led by InfoSpace. Once the licensing is completed the artist will be able to upload there original song which will be screen to make sure it is appropriate. After being approved the song will be converted by InfoSpace into a 30 second ringtones which the artists will receive the link to. Once they have received the link they are free to sell their ringtones in their existing MySpace profile pages. The Ringtone can be downloaded by Cingular customers onto any Cingular phones.

The first unsigned band to participate in the Mobile Music Studio trial is a Australian rock band names Shifter.

“This is a huge opportunity for us, and we’re really excited to be the first MySpace artist actually using Cingular’s Mobile Music Studio to create a ringtone of our song, “Butter,”said Michael Nason, lead singer of Shifter. “It’s just really cool to think about millions of people potentially purchasing and downloading your music as a ringtone. We’re always looking for new, creative ways to get more exposure for our music, particularly in the U.S. Releasing a ringtone through Cingular and MySpace is a great way to make this happen.”

The Mobile Music Studio is still in trials and expects to be nationwide later this spring.

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