Sell Your Music Online Free Music Distribution With Amuse
How To Sell Your Music Online | Free Music Distribution With Amuse
amuse distributes your music to all major digital music services like Spotify, Apple Music and YouTube.
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Want to learn how to promote your tracks and start selling more music? With the right strategies and tactics, every independent artist can earn money from selling their music online.
Free Music Distribution Services
Spreading your music far and wide is the key to getting heard and building a loyal fanbase these days. So why upload direct to Spotify when you can use a free music distribution service (like Amuse) to release your music on all the major streaming platforms and stores in one go?
With our free distribution service, you’ll get your music to all the major music players like Spotify, Apple Music, TIDAL, Deezer, Amazon Music and YouTube.
How To Upload & Sell Your Music Online
Selling your music worldwide is easy with our web uploader or mobile app. Just sign up, upload your audio, add release details and cover art, and select the stores you want us to deliver to. We’ll send your music to all of the stores you selected and collect the money owed to you from downloads and streams. You keep 100% of your rights and royalties. No catch.
Music Promotion: Electronic Press Kit
Whether you’re signed to a record label or hustling solo as an independent artist, having a good EPK (Electronic Press Kit) is basically non-negotiable. An EPK is basically an extended version of your bio, and includes things like press shots, music links, touring history, key milestones (like features, collabs and festival bookings), and your social stats. Tips for creating an EPK that cuts through the rest here.
Music Promotion: Blogs & Playlists
Getting your tracks promoted on blogs is one of the best ways to get playlisted and sell more music. Most of the major playlist curators look at music blogs to help them discover new music, so when your track gets featured on one, you level up your chances of getting playlisted.
Instead of going to the big music publishers like Complex or Billboard, you’ll find more luck hitting up niche blogs who specialise in your genre. There are also a heap of free promotional tools online to help get your music featured on blogs.
Hype Machine: service that automatically aggregates the best blogs around the world for you to contact based on popularity.
Submithub: bump your music over to a heap of blogs and YouTube channels around the world and receive feedback.
Ready to get started? Release your music for free with Amuse.