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Step-by-Step Music Distribution Guide

Updated: Mar 10, 2023

Congratulations on creating new music! Distributing your music to various platforms can help you reach a wider audience and establish your presence in the music industry. Here are some things you should consider when distributing your music:


1. Choose a distribution service: There are many digital distribution companies that can help you get your music on various platforms such as Spotify, Apple Music, and Tidal. Some popular options include CD Baby, DistroKid, and TuneCore. Research and compare different services to find the one that best fits your needs and budget.


2. Prepare your music and artwork: Before you can distribute your music, you need to make sure it is properly formatted and meets the technical requirements of the platforms you want to release on. This includes ensuring that your tracks are properly labeled, have correct metadata (such as song title, artist name, and genre), and have high-quality cover art.


3. Register with a performing rights organization (PRO): If you plan on performing your music live or earning money from streaming, you will need to register with a PRO such as ASCAP, BMI, or SESAC. These organizations collect and distribute royalties to songwriters and music publishers when their music is played on the radio, TV, or other public venues.


4. Set up your social media and website: Having a strong online presence can help you connect with your fans and promote your music. Create a website and social media accounts on platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to share updates, announce shows, and interact with your audience.


5. Promote your music: Once your music is available on various platforms, it's important to let people know about it. Use your social media accounts and website to share your music and updates, and consider reaching out to music blogs and websites for coverage. You can also consider working with a publicist or using paid advertising to promote your music.


I hope these tips are helpful as you navigate the process of distributing your music. Good luck and happy creating!


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