FanBand v2.0
by FanBand Software
(FanBand Software Website)

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File Size: 52.8 MB
License Conditions:

Registration: US$19.99 for 2 User License, US$29.99 for 2 User Licence or US$34.95 for 4 User Licence.

System Requirements:

256MB RAM and 1024x768 screen resolution.

Last Updated: 2009-03-31
For more detail about software : Software Description

Software Description

FanBand is an application designed for musicians that allows your live audience to purchase mp3 files directly from a laptop at your show, in a checkout like interface. Relying solely on a fans email address, FanBand automatically sends download links or mp3 files to your new fan, without the need for a credit card terminal, a merchant account, or even an internet connection in the venue at the time. You don't even have to run FanBand when an internet connection is available.

FanBand saves a ‘Fan Request’ of each fans information and sends their purchases, once an internet connection is available, without interrupting any additional tasks. The fan can also receive your upcoming show information with MapQuest links along with their purchase. By using this software, you gain the benefit of receiving the fans email address, MySpace address, and keep 100% cash profits without the need of your live audience buying only physical merchandise at your shows. Songs can also be sold for free, giving an easy incentive for your audience to give you their email address.

There is no need for your fans to bring iPods to shows, no need for them to type a coupon code into a website, no need to make them have to sign up for anything; once they get home all they need to do is check their email. For Bands, it provides a solution to correctly interact with your live audience in a digital music file realm. For your fans, it provides a solution for them by not having to purchase your CD when they rather download it like they normally would do. Plus, they get to buy the songs they like the most, based on what they just heard you perform.

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