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SoundCloud is the second largest music platform in the world for self composed / self published music content. Boasting over 175 Million users, the platform has been dubbed the YouTube of audio and enables artists to upload, record, promote, and share their originally-created sounds. SoundCloud is based in Berlin, Germany and was founded by Alexander Ljung and Eric Wahlforss.
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YouTube is an American video-sharing website headquartered in San Bruno, California. The service was created by three former PayPal employees—Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Jawed Karim which was later sold for $1.65 Billion to Google. YouTube is now the largest platform in the world for music consumption and the site allows users to upload, view, rate, share, and comment on other user uploaded videos.
Distribution to Spotify
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Spotify is a music, podcast, and video platform located in Stockholm, Sweden and founded by Daniel Ek. It is a freemium service, meaning that basic services are free with advertisements, with additional features, such as improved streaming quality, offered via paid subscriptions. Spotify has almost over 100MM active users and music on the platform generally gets discovered through highly curated playlists.
Distribution to Apple Music.
Distribution to iTunes.
Apple Music is a music-streaming service, developed by Apple Inc. Users select music to stream to their device on-demand, or they can listen to existing, curated playlists. The service also includes the internet radio station Beats 1, which broadcasts live to over 100 countries 24 hours a day, and the blog platform Connect.
Distribution to Facebook
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Announced in 2018, Facebook opened up a fresh distribution platform in the music industry after adding a feature that allows users to add songs onto the videos they upload. The multi-billion dollar social media company has solidified deals with major music publishers and labels including Warner Bros, Universal, and Sony Music.
Distribution to Instagram Stories
Content ID Matching & Tracking
Instagram, a popular social media platform, added a feature in 2018 that allows users to upload music to their Instagram stories. Any song in the platform’s system is available for users to upload as a 15 second segment attached to any picture or video for their stories. Facebook has secured deals with major publishers such as Warner Bros, Universal, and Sony Music that are additionally applicable to Instagram.
Distribution to Pandora.
Pandora is free personalized internet radio. Simply enter a favorite artist, track, comedian or genre, and Pandora will create a personalized station that plays their music and more like it. Pandora Premium—which will roll out in early 2017—is Pandora’s on-demand streaming platform which pledges a number of niche features, such as a music-recommendation engine built off of data from its current base of 78 million casual users.
Distribution to Google Play
Google Play Music is a music streaming service and online music locker operated by Google. Users with standard accounts can upload and listen to up to 50,000 songs from their personal libraries at no cost. An "All Access" subscription, sold in combination with YouTube Red, entitles users to on-demand streaming of any song in the Google Play Music catalogue. Users can purchase additional tracks for their library through the music store section of Google Play. In addition to offering music streaming for Internet-connected devices, the Google Play Music mobile apps allow music to be stored and listened to offline.
Distribution to Amazon Prime Music
Prime music, which is bundled into Amazon shipping and video, offers ad-free access to curated Prime Playlists and personalized Prime Stations. Additionally Prime includes a catalogue of over 1MM which through Repost, you can contribute your music to. Prime members can play Prime Music on compatible devices that support Amazon Music, including:
Distribution to Tidal
Tidal is a subscription-based music streaming service that combines lossless audio and high-definition music videos with exclusive content and special features on music. The service is maintained by the Norwegian company Aspiro AB.
Distribution to Deezer
Deezer lets you play the music you just have to hear, instantly. Jump in and explore over 40 million tracks (and counting), and discover artists and tracks you'll love with personalized recommendations from the Deezer Editors. Deezer works across all your devices, both online and offline, with no listening limits. It's music at your fingertips for waking up, getting going, chilling out, living life. Deezer originally launched in Europe, and now is available in several territories around the globe.
Repost offers distribution to eight Korean stores as a bundle. Stores include:
The Korean digital music market is dominated by eight major music stores, which occupy over 90% of the market’s consumption. Apple Music and YouTube Red are the only international music stores available in Korea, and they occupy less than 10% of the market share. As of now, there are no other international music stores available in Korea – such as Spotify, Deezer, Amazon, or Tidal.
Distribution to Shazam
Shazam uses a smartphone or computer's built-in microphone to gather a brief sample of audio being played. It creates an acoustic fingerprint based on the sample and compares it against a central database for a match. If it finds a match, it sends information such as the artist, song title, and album back to the user. Some implementations of Shazam incorporate relevant links to services such as iTunes, Spotify, YouTube, or Groove Music.
Distribution to Beatport
Beatport is an American based online music store, that is generally geared towards electronic music. Dance, House, Dubstep and even some more obscure subgenres can be found here.
Collections on label side of earnings
SoundExchange is a service of the United States Congress to collect and distribute royalties for sound recordings. As of 2018, SoundExchange paid out more than $5 billion to recording artists and rights owners.
Distribution to AliMusic
Launched in 2015, AliMusic is the music branch of Chinese e-commerce conglomerate, Alibaba. Although based in China, Alibaba owns and operates a diverse array of businesses around the world, so your music’s reach with Alibaba will not be limited to exclusively Asian customers.
Distribution to Tencent
With over 700 million users and 120 million subscribers as of 2018, Tencent offers exclusive in-China distribution. It dominates nearly 15% of the Chinese online music market. China is home to one of the largest music streaming audiences in the world.
Distribution to NetEase Music
Much like Spotify, NetEase is a freemium streaming service. With over 300 million users as of last year, NetEase Music is known to be one of the big three competitors in the Chinese music streaming market.
Distribution to Saavn
Saavn is a significantly popular streaming service based in India, well known for distributing Bollywood and other Indian music across the world. Saavn has well established partnerships with companies such as Sony, Amazon, Shazam, and over 900 music labels that remain prevalent in today’s industry. Like many American distributors the platform requires its users to pay a monthly subscription fee to access its features.
Distribution to Dubset
Dubset is a platform created in 2012, designed specifically for DJs to legally upload and collect a percentage royalties on their mixes. Each uploaded to the platform can be delivered to widely known distribution platforms including Apple Music and Spotify. The platform currently holds licensing deals with major companies such as Sony Music, Sony/ATV Music Publishing, the National Music Publishers Association, and the Merlin Network.
One-off submissions to BPM Supreme for promotional purposes
BPM Supreme was created to help professional DJ's get their music. A single platform to download top quality music – easily and legally – BPM Supreme has become a leading music delivery service for professional DJs, producers, and artists across the globe. Over the past ten years, they’ve partnered with the biggest record labels, DJ gear manufacturers, software companies, artists and producers worldwide. Their goal is to be the number one trusted source for DJ-ready audio and video content and continue providing essential tools to the DJ community.