Best Online Tools For Music Producers

Best Online Tools For Music Producers

We’ve put together a list of the best free online tools to help you on your music production journey.

Written by Leni — 27 February, 2019

Whether you’re a seasoned artist or an up-and-coming music producer who’s just getting started, there are a heap of online tools that can help you make the most of your music career.

From free music sample libraries, to artwork generators, social media management platforms and music submission hubs, we’ve put together a list of the best free online tools for music producers. You’re welcome!

Amuse | Distribute Your Music For Free

Amuse is our very own music distribution service, helping DIY artists get their tracks on music stores and streaming platforms — for free!

Uploading your music takes just a few minutes (you can upload your release from your computer or direct from the app), and we make sure your music gets on all the stores and streaming sites that matter, including Spotify, iTunes, Apple Music, TIDAL, YouTube, Napster, Deezer and more. Artists keep 100% of their rights and royalties, and we never charge you a thing.

The reason we offer free music distribution is to help us have a better record label (our free music distribution platforms helps us discover new artists to sign, and when we find one we believe in, we offer them a record deal!). That’s how we make money and how we’re able to make distribution free.

Submithub | Submit Your Music To Blogs

Getting your music promoted on the best blogs isn’t as out of reach as you may think. Submithub is a site that allows you to upload your music and bump it over to a heap of blogs and YouTube channels around the world. Submithub also helps you share your music with record labels, radio stations, playlist curators and YouTube or Soundcloud channels.

IndieMono | Get Your Music On Playlists

IndieMono is a site that lets artists submit their tracks to popular playlists. Their system is based on categories (like pop, EDM, urban, indie and folk), so when you submit your music to be considered in a certain category, your track has a chance to be featured on any of the playlist bundles related to it. For more tips on how to get your music on playlists, check out our guide for getting your music on playlists.

Canva | Create Your Own Album Cover

Canva’s album cover tool helps DIY artists design artwork for their releases, and you can use it without needing any graphic design experience. Their library of layouts makes it super easy to decide on a design, and you can use the customisation tools to personalise fonts, images and colors.

SampleRadar | Royalty-Free Music Samples

With over 64,000 royalty-free music samples, SampleRadar is a digital library of sample packs for music producers. Listed alphabetically and categorised into themes, SampleRadar guarantees their samples are 100% royalty-free, meaning DIY artists can use the samples in their tracks completely without risk.  

Hootsuite | Social Media Management

Hootsuite is a social media management tool that can help you manage your social profiles all in one place. You can manage up to 3 profiles, schedule up to 30 posts in advance and also monitor some basic analytics to help you track followers, growth and your content stats. These guys offer both free and premium options, but the free plan is packed with useful tools so we recommend starting there. And while there’s no silver bullet to nailing your social media strategy, here’s our tips for using social media to grow your career.

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