Here at Symphonic, we’re excited to finally introduce SplitShare into the SymphonicMS! This feature enables clients to automatically send artists and track participants their share of royalties each month, directly in the SymphonicMS. Here’s the rundown…
Introducing SplitShare in SymphonicMS
What is it?
SplitShare keeps all of your royalties, revenue splits, and payments in one centralized system for easy record keeping.
Before this feature, Symphonic clients would have to payout anyone they owed royalties to manually. This meant they had to request their own payment from Symphonic, wait to receive the payment, and then manually send out royalties to everyone they owed a share to. This also meant our clients had to keep track of payment and tax information for everyone they were paying
With the new feature, all this is easier than ever.
Our clients don’t ever have to touch the money they owe to other parties, nor do they have to hold payment and tax details themselves. Everything is taken care of in our system.
How does it work?
Don’t worry, it’s easy for a label to set up SplitShare for an artist or track participant.
- Clients with Owner or Admin permissions for an account just need to go into the Artist Statements page for the person they want to payout, add their revenue splits, click the Enable SplitShare button and fill out the enrollment form.
- From there, we email your payee instructions on how to get set up on their end. Once they’re set up, their royalty share will be automatically transferred to them each month going forward.
Easy as that.
All you have to do is invite your payee. — Once they accept the invitation, they’re in!
Plus, once the invite is accepted, only payees new to the SymphonicMS will need to create new accounts. Otherwise, payees can pick which of their existing accounts with us should receive the royalties.
⚡️Want to learn more? // Click here for more details on how to use SplitShare.
⚡️Not sure what to do after you’ve been enrolled? // Check this out to learn how to accept SplitShare royalties.