How does Muso make live music easier?
We know that organising live music can be an operational nightmare. From finding the musician, negotiating fees, communicating and paying musicians, organising live music can be very complicated for someone who hasn’t done it before. On Muso we streamline everything from sourcing to paying the musician, to ensure that you find a high quality act as efficiently as possible.
How much does Muso cost?
Muso is a free to use platform. Everything from access to our database of musicians to our drag and drop calendar to automated payments is free.
How does Muso make money?
Muso charges a 15% commission ONLY for gigs that are booked on Muso. We do not take commission if an artist has a pre-existing relationship with a venue that starts using Muso. So, if you’ve had the same artist play at your venue for years, we will not take commission, because Muso doesn’t have the right to,
How does payment work on Muso?
Muso offers multiple payment options for hirers. Including credit card, direct debit and invoicing methods. Once you review the artist on Muso will automate payment. This means that we will not charge you for any gig that didn’t go ahead.
Who pays the musician?
Muso handles all payments operations, including raising the invoice on behalf of the artist and raising a remittance on behalf of the hirer. We streamline the payment process and pay the artist on the hirers behalf.
How are the artists on Muso screened?
Muso’s artist team goes through every single musician that signs up to Muso and selects musicians to have access to the gig feed (where your gigs are listed). We assess musicians on experience, stage presence and quality of content. Our artist scout team is also heavily connected to the music industry/community and scout new artists to join the platform every week to ensure you have the best of the best.
What genres does the app offer to venue owners?
Every genre you can think of. From 12 piece Cuban bands to classical pianists to indie rock bands, we have a diversity of artists from all corners of the industry. If you can’t find a specific musician type reach out to our team, we will scout them or you. We recently scouted a few bouzouki players for a Greek venue - no joke.
What happens if a musician cancels last minute?
We heavily disincentivise musicians when it comes to cancellations. So the chance of a cancellation is quite low. But we understand that uncontrollable things can happen. Hirers will get a full refund in the case of a cancellation by the artist.
Which Australian states does Muso serve?
Muso is a national platform and is available in every state and territory in Australia. However our strongest presence is in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.