Absorb 350

The Absorb 350 is a narrow, water-filled, non-re-directive, gating crash cushion that is crash tested to NCHRP 350 Test Level 3 standards. The Absorb 350 is designed to shield the end of all permanent/temporary portable barrier on asphalt, concrete, gravel, or dirt. The Absorb 350 anchorless crash cushion not only has a narrow footprint, but it is also easy to restore after an impact because the attenuator uses standardized modules. It can be easily transitioned to multiple widths and shapes of barriers.

Do you accept other genres besides Classical?


Yes! We accept all genres happliy, it's just our main focus is promoting Classical independent composers. If you are into other music styles and would like to take advantage of Modern Classical X's great distribution service then go right ahead. Register now, it's free!




Do you support Albums or EP releases?


Yes! You can release a single, EP or Album in your artist account. Register now.




What does the X stand for?


It's a crossover symbol. So, basically it means we cross the boudaries of modern classical.




Can MCX master my track?


Yes! We do offer these services just contact us through the form.




Can MCX do my Artwork?


Yes! We have graphic design skills and can quickly work with you on a design that suits your music. Contact us for more details.




I own a label and want to transfer my catalogue to MCX


No problem. Please contact us via our form and explain your situation and size of your current catalogue and well setup a good deal for you and get you started right away.




I want to start my own music label, can you help?


Absolutely! Just sign up for an artist account and start releasing. We have unlimited artists for each account so just register to get started.




Do you support payment splits?


Not yet, but we have our developers working hard on it for MARCH 21!




How do I transfer my tracks over to MCX?


Glad you asked! here's the guide.




Why do you take a commission?


Some aggregators have a sign-up fee, some have a fee for each release as it goes out, some charge for every month or year a track is online & some even charge for additional services which may just be standard inclusions with other providers. Some take a commission on earned revenue, some don’t. The big question that needs consideration is this: “What does my success mean to them?”. If a distributor makes all their money from sign-ups and fees for putting out releases and they don’t take a commission, then it follows that they have no financial interest in your success. They are no longer a business that sells music, they sell their service and their growth comes from acquisition, rather than total music revenue. Arguably, their profit margins improve when they spend fewer employee hours dealing with clients, when they automate more of their processes, when they push more responsibilities back onto the artists, when they move you away from human support to find answers to your problem/s. This is not support. They make the same amount of money if you have a gold record or less than a dozen streams. That last point is worth taking very seriously. The temptation is to do the math on the total fees you might pay with a fee-based provider vs the potential commission you might pay with a digital music distributor who uses a commission model. But it may not be a fair comparison. Digital music distribution isn’t a commodity, it’s a service and the quality of that service will have real-world implications on the success of your music. As a commission-based distributor we see you more as a partner than a customer. After all, if you make money, we make money. So, it makes very little sense to form a partnership with someone who has no vested interest in your success. We do and always will. Our commison is only 10% with no annual fee and a small one time payment to release your music.




This is my first time releasing music can you help?


Congratulations! This is an exciting journey and YES! We have a walk thorugh video of the whole process. Right here.




Do you support Cover song releases?


Yes. When you login into your account and start a new release we ask you who is the song writer of your release if it's not you and someone else's music then you just add their name. There's more info to help you while you complete the release process.




How do payments work?


To minimise fees we work with Transferwise. So when you withdraw your royalty money it will go into the bank account you chose when you set up your payment option. If you dont have a bank account or your country does not support Transferwise as a payment service then contact us through the support section in your account. We can then work with you to setup another option to withdraw your money.





Absorb Systems

Absorb 350

Absorb M

Absorb M

The Absorb M is a narrow, water-filled, non-re-directive, gating crash cushion that is crash tested to MASH Test Level 3 standards. The Absorb M is designed to shield the end of all permanent/temporary portable barrier on asphalt, concrete, gravel, or dirt. The Absorb M anchorless crash cushion not only has a narrow footprint, but it is also easy to restore after an impact because the attenuator uses standardized modules. It can be easily transitioned to multiple widths and shapes of barriers.

DIMENSIONS


21’ (L) x 24” (W) x 32” (H)

~50 lbs. (per module, empty)

*Different (L) available*




SPECIFICATIONS


  • MTOD 924.133

  • OPSS 723

Method of Energy Absorption: Water filled barrier

System type: Non-re-directive, gating

Crash Test Level: MASH

Category: Reduced exposure





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