DistroKid to get your music into the chart stores.

October 9th, 2013 by David Gerard

If you want to get your stuff onto the chart stores (iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and Google), you can spend a pile of cash (around $40/album) with TuneCore or CDBaby — or rather less cash ($20/year unlimited) with DistroKid. Endorsed by the founders of TuneCore and CDBaby, no less (the latter of whom just uploaded everything he’s ever recorded through DistroKid). The site, some technical details. Anyone here used it?

2 Responses to “DistroKid to get your music into the chart stores.”

  1. Whtsqr Says:

    Trying it now. Will let you know how it goes! I’ve been hoping something like this would come along for those of us with lots of small releases who don’t want/can’t afford to pay Tunecore’s exorbitant fees.

  2. Whtsqr Says:

    Well it works. Took longer than the 2-4 hours to appear on iTunes, but whaddaya want for nothing? https://itunes.apple.com/au/album/speed-of-sound-single/id724758509

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