Onesheet has exited its private beta mode and is now open to the public. More than 10,000 recording artists have already signed up to use the service, which makes it simple to create an attractive, functional website within a few minutes.
As Billboard.biz reported, Onesheet works with many of the most-used musician’s online services, including Tunes, Beatport, Topspin, Bandcamp, YouTube, Tumblr, Songkick, FanBridge and SoundCloud.
It’s also compatible with ArtistData, a popular syndication tool for musicians to post information across the web, which also was founded by Onesheet’s founder Brenden Mulligan.
Onesheet allows musicians to set up a web presence by connecting their existing social networks. The site then virtually populates itself with music, videos, photos, concert dates, blogs, social streams, mailing list signups, online stores and other things the artist has already posted online.
Among the major label artists to use Onesheet are Paramore , Mat Kearny, Owl City and Jars of Clay (pictured), who are signed to Essential Records in Sony Music Entertainment’s Provident Label Group.
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