'making it’ as a musician requires not only good music, but excellent strategy.
Hypebeat unlocks the strategies that work so that your songs stand out from the 500 million others.
By analysing the effective strategies of related artists, Hypebeat unlocks which strategies work, predicts the performance of future campaigns and recommends the strategies that will get musicians in front of fans. We enable you to determine what half of your gameplan will work, before you invest any time and energy into it.
unlock what strategies work
In a market where every sound, musician, and audience is different, there is no clear way to quantify or determine whether a musician's success came as a result of a lucky break or a series of specific actions. Hypebeat's fingerprint technology enables anyone to easily analyse and draw insights from the strategies of other musicians like you and from the best in the business.
Predict the success of future actions
Making music and releasing it to the world can take a lot of time and investment. Hypebeat's A.I. technology enables you to craft the perfect gameplan so your efforts aren't in vain. Test the impact of your strategies, campaigns, or even specific actions to predict the best way to reach or build your fan base.
Now anybody in the world can make it in music, but nobody knows or can measure what strategies are best or how to stand out from millions of other artists. Reaching fans relies not just on knowing what fans are responding to, where and when, but it also relies on beating dozens of changing algorithms. Our A.I. does this analysis for you so you know the best path towards your goals.
Releasing in Late 2018
Kiwi go-getters punching above weight at Microsoft event
"49 teams from 33 countries to be exact, and once again New Zealand was punching well above its weight with a record-breaking three teams displaying their achievements and vying for the more than US$725,000 in cash and prizes and an opportunity for a mentoring session with Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella..."
Velocity students to represent New Zealand in world finals of Microsoft Imagine Cup
"The Microsoft Imagine Cup, considered the “Olympics of Technology” is one of the world’s top competitions and awards related to technology and software design..."
Qualifiers announced for 2018 Velocity $100k Challenge
"Velocity is the Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship’s globally renowned entrepreneurship programme. Over the last 15 year, participants have gone on to ignite more than 120 ventures, attract over $221 million in investment and create more than 600 jobs in more than 35 countries. Velocity alumni have achieved incredible success..."
Connecting musicians with fans takes students to world finals
"A new platform to help emerging musicians get discovered has earned its University of Auckland student developers a ticket to Microsoft’s Imagine Cup Worldwide finals in July..."
Student software ideas to be showcased on the world stage
"Three New Zealand teams that recently competed in Melbourne have made it to the finals of the Microsoft Imagine Cup, a prestigious technology and entrepreneurship competition. The finals will be held in Seattle in July, and boasts a US$100,000 top prize alongside opportunities to tour Microsoft’s offices and be mentored by global experts. The Faculty of Engineering is set to be well-represented in the competition, with our students in two of the competing teams..."
The next generation of sci-tech startups
"The current idea the entrepreneurial PhD researcher into machine learning applications is collaborating on is Hypebeat, a platform to help musicians get discovered. It is one of three Kiwi teams in with a chance to win up to $US100,000 in the annual world finals this month of Microsoft's Imagine Cup, a large-scale global competition for student technology and entrepreneurship..."