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To collect these, you will need to work with Song Trust or Tunecore Publishing in addition to Distro Kid (CD Baby Pro does this, but only for songs distributed through CD Baby) * Extra features prices (like the Store Maximizer) is not clearly stated in their FAQ or their pricing page. * They charge $.99 PER SONG for Shazam atop of the a year I spoke with Lee Parsons, the co-CEO and co-founder of Ditto Music (his brother is the other co-CEO/founder).
He is a musician from the UK (now living in Nashville and heading up the US operations).
Chris used to work at i Tunes so has “an in” there still and understands it a bit better than most new distribution companies.
(in alphabetical order) I spoke with Kevin Bruener, Director of Marketing and a musician himself.It’s a massive process (and headache) to signup as a rights owner (and fill out their catalog spreadsheet). You still have to signup as a Featured Artist on your own with Sound Exchange, but this cuts a lot of the hassle down. * They charge for single UPC or for album UPC. You can’t distribute your album without a UPC – so add on an additional /20 for each release. It’s a completely different model than all the other digital distributors.I spoke with the founder, Philip Kaplan about his service. He is also the founder of the musician meet up site, Fandalism with over 600,000 musicians signed up. They have been recommended by Derek Sivers (founder of CD Baby) and Jeff Price (founder of Tunecore) – who no longer work at the companies. Whether you release 1 song or 1000 songs, it’s still .99 a year.I have personally distributed 8 releases to date using a few of these services.This review is just taking a look at companies that will get your music into digital stores and streaming services, like i Tunes, Spotify, Google Play, etc and NOT about stand alone, digital download, self-managed stores, like Band Camp.