Fusion is a great tool for both labels and DJs. It is the perfect marriage between promo senders and promo receivers all designed to make the promo lifecycle faster and effortless, let’s tell you why.
Promo Fusion centralises all of the promos you receive from various record label senders and presents them to you in a single, easy to manager interface.
Using Fusion Reactor you can bulk download these tracks as a zip file to your computer, or if you prefer push the flagged tracks to Dropbox or your own custom FTP server.
Setting your profile to public allows senders to view you. If you are a good fit for their material, they can invite you to join their contact lists and receive promos. You can also "auto accept" requests if you want to.
receive new promo notifications direct to your device. Browse and listen your promos on the go and enjoy the same reactor functionality that is available on the web app.
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