We are beyond excited about this breaking news!
THE SONGWRITING CHARITY PARTNERS WITH TRACKD
The Songwriting Charity & New app Trackd partner to change lives through music
London, United Kingdom, FRIDAY 12TH JUNE — Music tech company Trackd is thrilled to announce it's partnership with The Songwriting Charity. Assisting their projects by providing digital music tools in aid of their mission to better the emotional health and wellbeing of communities through the creative, empowering and cathartic medium of songwriting.
Co-founders Nathan Timothy and John Quinn said “The Songwriting Charity is delighted to be partnering with the team at Trackd. We love the community spirit of the company born out of its rich history within the music industry. Using the Trackd app offers all those we support and work with an exciting opportunity to continue writing, collaborating, recording, and producing songs following our one-day songwriting workshops. We’re grateful to the Trackd team for their support, particularly at a time when the emotional health and well-being of young people and communities continues to be adversely affected by the pandemic and lockdown.”
Grant Tilbury A&R at Trackd Music says of the new partnership, “we are excited to be partnering with The Songwriting Charity and we are keen to start working on campaigns with Nathan and the team to get the word out there about the brilliant initiatives the charity are delivering. Everything from the anti-bullying ‘Bully Beat’ to the work they are doing with choirs addressing Alzheimer's disease are initiatives we want to align with.”
In order to celebrate the upcoming ‘Make Music Day’, taking place worldwide on the 21st of June, The Songwriting Charity and Trackd are running a joint digital campaign. Trackd is challenging its global users and people around the world to get creative by posting song ideas around the theme of #EveryDayHeroes. The aim; to celebrate and acknowledge people who help and support the community, those who deserve recognition. Trackd will be sharing all entries in the app and across social media.
The Songwriting Charity's Patrons: Sir Ray Davies, CBE, Guy Fletcher OBE FRSA Rupert Hine, FAPRS
Chairman: Mr. Melvyn Lewis
Registered Charity No. 1146228
Company No. 07719125
The Songwriting Charity Donations Link
If you would like more information about this topic, please call Rebecca Fisher on +44(0)7846107215 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
What is Trackd?
Trackd is the world's first 8 Track ideas studio in your pocket. Songs start here. With the app, you can Create Music & Collaborate as easily as sending a text. Trackd was created to remove the fuss from recording so the artists can focus on the most important thing - the song. We have built all the tools you need to discuss projects, write and record a great song with ease; swift multi-tracking nimble mixing, song notes, a metronome, and more. There is no setup needed - just hit record, and play.
Trackd’s fast-growing base of 300,000 artists in 161 countries is changing the way music is created globally…
Trackd is currently offering users free upgrades to their premium software to allow users the ability to make the most of working from home. It also allows listeners the ability to keep up to date with new releases and the ability to explore new music for free.
Download the app for free on the Apple App Store here - http://trackd.live/download
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Some achievements to date!
We were featured in the AppStore and Tweeted by Apple as the ‘Best New App’. Forbes wrote an editorial on the future of music collaboration and how Trackd is helping shape that. Trackd has been MIDEM Lab, WeWork, and SXSW award finalists! Grammy award-winning Dave Stewart from Eurythmics is an advisor and is championing talent through Trackdit.
Yep, we're open as usual..... workshops are still planned it's just their method of delivery that has changed. The reason we've taken a while to execute this plan is simply down to making sure we can do this, and do it properly. The only unknown quantity that remains is bandwidth! Enthused and willing participants await, and we have the tech, experience and energy our end.
We're confident we can do this. When the Easter break is over we'll be back on the 'virtual' road, inspiring the next generation of songwriters, and most importantly providing accessible, fun, empowering and impactful experiences for all who take part, boosting confidence, self esteem and wellbeing through participation.
Whether you're a school with one pupil or 100 in attendance during lockdown, we're happy to roll up our sleeves and work with you. Email John or Nathan and provide as much info as you can on what you'd like us to do and how many pupils are currently attending your school and we'll come back to you with a plan.