Los Angeles, CA (May 21, 2015)-Xhail, which has stated its intention to launch a new production music generation platform in Q4 2015, is currently recruiting composers and professional musicians for publishing deals.
"Xhail technology is a bridge between professional music creators and customers," said Mick Kiely, CEO of Xhail. "Composers need to sell their music and customers need music for their productions. Xhail is the solution for both as it creates a new income stream for composers and gives customers a fast and flexible way to incorporate professional music into their media productions."
With Xhail, music compositions are deconstructed into stems or parts, which the technology matches to descriptive tags input by the customer to create a unique musical cue. The customer can then freely exchange parts, add or subtract parts, arrange and mix the piece, and sync it to video, all in real-time through an easy-to-use online portal. Once complete, the customer pays a license fee for the finished piece to use in their media production.
Each time a composer's work is licensed to a customer, Xhail pays the composer. The more a composer's work is licensed, the more they make.
"Since Xhail is based on real recordings by real musicians, it requires a wide range of compositions in virtually every conceivable musical genre," said Kevin Whyms, Xhail's lead composer. "It's this deconstruction of music down to single instrument performances that provides opportunities for talented musicians with compositional skills who have the ability to record their performances and want to earn money with their music."
Composers and musicians may apply via Xhail’s web site.