Pioneer have over the past few years been developing their KUVO technology, which is essentially a box that sits alongside a conventional CDJ and reports back what tracks are being played in the club, in real-time. This data can then be used by Performing Rights Societies worldwide to help filter royalties back to artists and songwriters.

They’ve just announced a new partnership with Canada’s SOCAN, which you can read all about below.

Read the full article at New Pioneer technology aims to distribute artist royalties for music played in electronic sets – News – Mixmag