TwinsMusic Enterprises Corporation, formerly C-Jam Music, is a global musical artist management company built on bringing cultural experiences to large and diverse audiences. Before the pandemic, TwinsMusic organized music events such as concerts, festivals, and tours for jazz and gospel artists in the US and Europe. The TwinsMusic team worked closely with clients on artist management and working to achieve their professional goals, also worked with artists on releasing and distributing publications and records worldwide. TwinsMusic organized workshops and seminars in the US, Europe, and China in collaboration with NYC jazz workshops. Stevie Wonder, Miriam Makeba, The Manhattan Transfer, Elvin Jones Jazz Machines, Ray Charles, Micheal Petrucciani, The Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis, Freddie Hubbard, Benny Golson, Freddy Cole, Regina Carter, and Ravi Coltrane are some of the great artists that TwinsMusic has presented internationally in the last 25 years.
Recently, TwinsMusic Enterprises decided to shift gears and focus their attention on a new way to approach the music business: the music library world. They created the beta version of their own royalty-free music library, MusMe, and launched their website app on May 1. MusMe is an affordable subscription-based music library that features new and original music created and performed by musicians. It also provides tailor-made soundbites, ringtones, and sound effects. One of TwinsMusic’s composers, Antonio Ciacca, has been a major source of original music that has been custom-made for the MusMe library. With the launch of the app, it will open the door to other composers interested in showcasing their own music on the MusMe platform.
Another goal of TwinsMusic Enterprises is to provide more opportunities for small content creators to have direct access to exciting and new royalty-free music, without breaking the bank. The MusMe team categorizes the library by moods, based upon the tempo of the song or soundbite. This allows for a seamless user experience when choosing what songs to use for a particular project. MusMe offers a flat subscription rate of $60/year, which grants users access to the entire music library of sounds. It also offers an unlimited download option, which subscribers can take advantage of at any time during the subscription period. Unlike other music libraries, MusMe retains a simple subscription format that appeals to a new audience of listeners and content creators.
Beneficial to both artists and content creators, the MusMe library allows artists to capitalize on and market their music and allows small content creators like students to get unique, original, and quality royalty-free music. Organized by moods, the MusMe sound library is set up so users can easily find what they are looking for. There is even a pre-listen option on the TwinsMusic store for all music and sounds so users know what music they are getting before subscribing. Each month, the MusMe team updates the library with refreshing new music and sounds so users will never run out of fresh and exciting content!
The first thing to do if users want to get access to MusMe is to subscribe on the TwinsMusic Website Store. Once the user subscribes, they will have access to musmeapp.com, the new landing page website for where they can create their own account and download the music that they like. Every month, TwinsMusic uploads new playlist videos on YouTube, showcasing different artists and music. TwinsMusic also makes it easy to allow other musicians to get their music licensed in the MusMe catalog, and also offers composers the opportunity to license their music for TV, film, radio, and commercial use. This invaluable exposure is also evident when TwinsMusic creates playlists like “Cook with Me” and “Study With Me” to promote on YouTube. This replaces much of the management side for the artist.
To learn more about TwinsMusic’s new app MusMe, check the website at www.twinsmusicny.com/musme.html