FAQ | General questions


What does "All or nothing" mean?

It’s the basic principle of Musicraiser under which a project is funded only if it reaches the minimum collection target set for its realization. If the collection target is not reached, Raisers are reimbursed the amount contributed, the Creator doesn’t receive anything, nor does Musicraiser.

What does "Creator" mean?

Creator is the one who creates a crowdfunding campaign on Musicraiser. It can be an artist, a band, a label, a promoter, and all those who want to make a project where there is music, in any form or derivation.

What does "Crowdfunding" mean?

It is the service that Musicraiser offers to the Creators to receive microfunding by Raisers,
giving the Raisers exclusive rewards in exchange.

What does "Duration of the project" mean?

The time frame of the crowdfunding campaign.

What does "Project" mean?

It’s the set of activities related to the management of a crowdfunding campaign. The project owner is the creator of the project (Creator). The Creator on Musicraiser will manage his/her own page which will include a blog, information about him/herself, a project, a video presentation, and rewards.

What does "Raiser" mean?

The person who contributes financially to the realization of crowdfunding campaigns on
Musicraiser in exchange for exclusive rewards designed and delivered directly from the creators of
projects (Creators).

What does "Reward" mean?

All that the Creator will give to the Raisers in exchange for a financial contribution. It can be
items or services, performances, physical or digital.

What does "Take part in a project" mean?

To receive a reward in exchange for a financial contribution.

What does "Target minimum" mean?

The amount of money that is needed and that the Creator has set as a goal in order to implement a project.

What does "User" mean?

Someone who visits or subscribes to the Musicraiser site.

Basic Information

Can I access Musicraiser other than through Facebook?

Yes, you can unlink your Facebook account and register on Musicraiser by setting your email and password.

Can I change the information in my profile?

Of course, you can manage your profile by modifying the Account Settings.

Can I unsubscribe from Musicraiser?

Yes, using the button "Disable Account".

Do I have to pay to subscribe to the site and/or create a project?

No, services are free.

Do I have to pay to visit the site?

No, services are free.

Does Musicraiser enjoy intellectual property rights over what is published on the site?

No. For more information please see the Terms and Conditions of Use.

How do I register?

By registering on the platform and creating your own user profile.

I forgot my password, what can I do?

On the login screen you will find a link that allows you to enter your email address and receive instructions for setting a new password.

I forgot my User ID, what can I do?

We don’t have a User ID. Login is completed via email and password.

Musicraiser is on Facebook?

Yes, https://www.facebook.com/Musicraiser

Musicraiser tweets?

Sure, https:/www.twitter.com/Musicraiser

What are the rewards?

All that the Creator will give to the Raisers in exchange for a financial contribution. They can be
items or services, performances, physical or digital.

What does Facebook show of my activities on Musicraiser?

Your activities on Musicraiser will be shown on Facebook only if you wish them to be shown (you can choose to disable the feature): users that follow you, campaigns launched or supported, and comments and posts published.

What does Musicraiser gain?

Musicraiser will retain 15% for our comprehensive expertise, transaction costs and taxes, only if the campaign is successful.

What does Musicraiser show of my Facebook activities?

Musicraiser shows nothing of the activities on Facebook (it will only take your name, email, profile picture and list of friends).

What is Musicraiser?

The digital platform where you can create or participate in the making of musical projects through the instrument of crowdfunding.

What types of liability does Musicraiser have?

Musicraiser is only an intermediary between users and is solely responsible for its software platform.

For more information, go to the Terms and Conditions of Use.

When a campaign ends, what happens?

All or nothing: when a campaign reaches or exceeds the full collection target, the
Creator will receive the sum to complete the project and deliver the rewards to Raisers.

If the campaign does not reach 100% the Creator does not receive the fixed sum (minimum target
collection) and Raisers who contributed will be refunded at no additional cost.

Where can I find the Musicraiser logo?

You can ask us for the logo by sending an email to : info@musicraiser.com

Where can I find the Musicraiser press kit?

You can ask us for the press kit by sending an email to : info@musicraiser.com

Who can create projects?

Almost everyone : just be registered with the site and be at least 18 years old.

Who can support projects?

Everyone who is at least 18 years old.

In the case of minors between 13 and 18 years of age, consent is required from the parents.

Who is Musicraiser?

Musicraiser is an idea of ​​Giovanni Gulino, singer and author of Marta Sui Tubi, and Tania Varuni, dj, promoter and founder of Secret Concerts. Musicraiser’s staff consists of a team of professionals in the music business.

Why should I sign in through Facebook?

To access your campaign more quickly and simply, to share the activities on the site on the Facebook Timeline, and in order to see the projects and activities of your friends.

Why support a project?

For 3 reasons:

1. Receive exclusive rewards custom designed by the Creator for their Raisers.

2. Feel a part of a project that you believe in.

3. Contributing to the realization of a dream.

Why “all or nothing”?

For 3 reasons :

1. Credibility and transparency - the Creator is encouraged to set a reasonable financial goal.

2. Active participation - the Creator and Raisers are encouraged to involve their friends and to make as many people as possible aware of the campaign, in order to obtain the necessary funds for the project.

3. Meritocracy - if a certain number of people contribute to the project until they reach or
exceed the fixed sum, it deserves to be achieved.