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Your music investment journey

Create an account for free and discover music royalties as an alternative asset class. Buy, sell or trade shares in music catalogues and sit back listening to music while you generate a passive income stream.

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How does it work

The entire process from listings to receiving payouts in just five simple steps.

01 Listings
02 Financials
03 Bidding
04 Trading
05 Royalty Payouts
Music catalogues from rights holders undergo a full due diligence process, reviewing all historical data, contracts and future potentials before getting listed for auction.
Get access to clear charts and easy-to-understand tools, summaries of all necessary financial data and information for you to analyse before making a decision.
Place bids during live auctions to acquire shares of a music catalogue's royalties interests. Once the auction ends and your bids are successful, you'll officially own music in your portfolio.
Spot the right opportunities in the market and exchange catalogues shares with others. Supply and demand establish fair market value.
Monitor your portfolio's progress, keep clear track of your earnings and analyse the performance of your royalties interests shares, while enjoying continuous royalty payouts.
01 Listings
Music catalogues from rights holders undergo a full due diligence process, reviewing all historical data, contracts and future potentials before getting listed for auction.
02 Financials
Get access to clear charts and easy-to-understand tools, summaries of all necessary financial data and information for you to analyse before making a decision.
03 Bidding
Place bids during live auctions to acquire shares of a music catalogue's royalties interests. Once the auction ends and your bids are successful, you'll officially own music in your portfolio.
04 Trading
Spot the right opportunities in the market and exchange catalogues shares with others. Supply and demand establish fair market value.
05 Royalty Payouts
Monitor your portfolio's progress, keep clear track of your earnings and analyse the performance of your royalties interests shares, while enjoying continuous royalty payouts.

Why would music creators list their catalogues?

Engagement

Music creators are always looking to establish a deeper connection with their fanbase and network. Listing their catalogues provides great exposure.

Boosting projects

Rights owners can leverage on their music catalogues to get direct and immediate access to funds, otherwise earned over a series of years..

Creative control

Artistic freedom and management remain 100% in control of the original rights holders, maintaining  the power in the hands of the music creators.

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We embrace innovation and empowerment, not disruption. No job loss for the music industry, no players threatened. Our platform provides mutual advantage for the financial market and music creators.

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Catalogue performance - Example

Music catalogues are usually valued at a multiple of past net royalty flows. Assuming no future growth or decrease in the royalty flows, theoretical rates of return can be easily calculated, especially for those contracts with a particular maturity.

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Disclaimer

ANote Music is a marketplace for buying and selling royalty interests and/or intellectual property rights and, as such, it does not constitute activities of the financial sector in Luxembourg and therefore ANote Music is not subject to the Luxembourg financial sector regulator (Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier - CSSF).  Royalty interests are the contractual right to perceive future music royalty income that is generated by various types of intellectual property rights/copyrights. Neither music royalties nor royalty interests constitute “financial instruments” within the meaning of the MiFID (the Directive 2014/65/EU of 15 May 2014 on markets in financial instruments) and the LFS (the Law of financial services of 5 April 1993, as amended) which is implementing the MiFID in Luxembourg.

None of the price quotations, information, news and research accessible on the website and the marketplace or shared through any other communication channels by ANote Music or its Affiliates constitute advice, recommendations or solicitation to any person in any jurisdiction to buy, sell or invest in any asset, royalty interests, intellectual property rights. Any decision made by a person to participate in ANote Music marketplace’s activities should be made on the basis that such an activity complies with any applicable local laws and regulations to which the user is subject to. The user should not access the ANote Music marketplace if such an activity does not comply with any applicable local laws and regulations to which the user is subject to. 

Keep in mind that purchasing royalty interests and/or intellectual property rights involves risk and you may lose the invested capital. The value of your royalty interests or intellectual property rights will fluctuate over time and you may gain or lose money. Past performance is not a guarantee of future returns, nor is it necessarily indicative of future performance. This disclaimer cannot disclose all of the risks and other significant aspects of dealing with royalty interests and intellectual property rights. You should satisfy yourself that you fully understand the conditions which apply to such assets, our services and the potential risk exposures. The images and pictures on the website and on ANote Music marketplace are merely illustrative and may contain data that are no longer updated or valid. Please always refer to the current pricing and valuation of royalty interests or intellectual property rights, as the case may be, in the relevant section on ANote Music marketplace.


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