New Company Established to Help Classical Musicians Distribute Their Work Digitally

Earlier this year, we looked at some of the shortcomings of mainstream digital music services for the classical genre. One of the biggest is the metadata issue. Because standard searches usually allow you to look for tracks by name, album title or artist, it’s difficult for classical fans to locate a performance featuring a particular conductor, soloist or orchestra. Added to that is the problem of finding specific movements in symphonies and other works. If you haven’t experienced this yourself, just imagine how many results you would get if you entered Beethoven in the artist field.
— cmuse.com