How to start?
2.Go to catalog section > Create a release
3.Upload artwork and track wav 44000 with additional information
5.Waiting QC will review your track
How long does it take for my music to go live in the stores?
Usually it is a matter of days for your music to go live in the stores after you complete the order and delivery process.
However some digital stores have their own internal procedures and may take longer to make you music available on their front-end retail services.
iTunes: Most releases take 24-72 hours to go live in iTunes
Spotify: 24-72 business hours
Amazon, Deezer: 3-7 business days
Google Play: about 2 weeks
All other stores: take 1-3 weeks
Remember these are approximate timelines only, and we can not guarantee the exact time your music will go live in these stores as we have no control on the digital retail stores’ internal content management processes.
Do i need to provide ISRC or UPC code?
No, you do not need to provide UPC or ISRC codes to us.We create free for you.If you have own ISRC you can used them.
Yes,we working 24/7 365 days in year.Feel free asking questions and we will be always support you
Are there additional costs?
No.We only take some percent from sales,nothing more.No hidden costs.
How many music i can upload in your system?
As much as you have:)
Do i need have own label for release music?
No,you can create in system or used our public label for free
Which stores avaliable at this moment?
You can check it out in your account Distribution > Channels.We working to add new.
Did you have accounting interface?
Yes.Access full statement history and customize views and exports for any given period
Did you still working as label?
Yes sure,but this time accepted not much demos as before.
Depending on the date indicated in this section, the album will be published in the channels sooner or later. If the album is distributed previously to the release date, it will not be made public until the date indicated before the distribution. If the album is distributed after the release date, it will be directly published within the 2 to 10 work days, from its distribution.
You can choose between two main types of license, these are: Copyright or Creative Commons.
Copyright ensure a full protection of all intellectual rights for each rights’ owner or holder, while Creative Commons has several types of licenses for different types of interests. For more information, go to: http://creativecommons.org/).
For publication of an album, it’s required to indicate:
(C) The Copyright owner or holder, who is generally the author of the work.
(P) The sound recording owner or Publishing right’s holder, who is generally the producer or record label.
In the case of groups or bands where rights are shared, the group or band name can be indicated in both cases mentioned above.
Please put only original owner of work in this section
]If you do not have publishing rights for all territories, or it is not of your interest the publication in all territories, you may indicate the desired territories in the “License” section in the platform.
EDITORIAL OR RECORDING LABEL.
You must specify the name of the Label of your record or album respectively for each album.
If your album is not linked to any record label, you can specify a custom label name or alias (such as your artist name) of your choice in this field. Make sure that the name provided is not misleading or deceptive, nor violate the laws of intellectual property.The name of a label should not be too large, otherwise, it may cause metadata conflict for some channels.
COVER ART REQUIREMENTS.
Quality of images.The cover art must not be any of the following: blurry, pixelated, mismatched, misaligned, rotated, incorrect, or have other quality issues.
LINKS AND WEBPAGES.
The cover art must not contain website addresses, websites that sell music, mention to social media, logos of any store or services related to entertainment, mention to phisical formats, or any external reference of the digital release.
CREDITS AND COLLABORATIONS.
The cover art can include credits or other artist’s names who are not the primary artist of the release, always in a precise form and without any type of abbreviattion. The introduced information in the cover will have to be reproduced with extreme precision in the metadata and vice versa.
And, similarly, expressions like “all rights reserved” – or equivalent – cannot be used. Not even other redundant or unnecessary information.
The release reference number can appear in the cover, but not the release’s UPC or any track’s ISRC codes.
TRACKLISTING AND ILLEGIBLE TEXTS.
The cover art must not contain track listing, as the image will be generally visualized in small formats and it won’t be able to appreciate small size texts.
In general, is recommended to use legible fonts in the cover, specially for the sizing.
The cover art must not include additional information which are irrelevant to the content’s identification, such as album descriptions, artist biography, music genre, instrument with which the album is executed, credits or any text incorporing merely ornamental characters that do not guard an explicit relation with the content.
Preferably in occidental languages contents, it is necessary to avoid the use of extraoccidental or special characters – such as the Asian or Arabic characters, among others – until they guard an explicit, justifiable and coherent relation with the content.
DIMENSIONS OF COVER ART.
The cover art of all releases must accomplish with all following requirements:
Proportion: Exactly squared
Minimum size: 3000 x 3000px
Maximum size: 5000 x 5000px
Accepted formats: JPG, TIFF or PNG
Mode: RGB (CMYK is not acceptable)
Maximum size of file: 36 MB
The images which do not accomplish with all the above requirement will not be acceptable and may not be shown in the channels.
Canva.com help you a lot with that
LOGOS, IMAGES AND REGISTERED BRAND.
Every logo appearing in the cover must be justified in the metadata, including the involved texts. These logos will be accepted if they guard clear relation with the album’s content and explain some relevant information – producer, artist, label, etc. Designers or artists -who created the cover design- mentions won’t be accepted as any other external content that isn’t involved with the release directly.
Any registered brand can appear in the cover, or any other person / company / property images institution. Is totally prohibited the explicit or implicit promotion of them.
Their appearance in the cover will only be accepted if they are visually irrelevant and it can only help to clarify the cover’s intention, and not to promote any product, brand, institution or company.
Note: a company name or logo will be able to appear in the cover and/or in the metadata only if it accomplishes some relevant role in the release (in a musical or/and publishing point of view), and remain justified in the metadata (for example: as a producer or publisher).
In addition, it will be necessary to report documentation to prove the consent of the involved mentioned institution to use its name.