It does seem a little backwards to limit yourself unless you get a bigger fanbase. Why wouldn't you want it up everywhere you can get it, especially if it doesn't cost you anymore? Then if people only see it on Spotify, oh well. But if they see it everywhere, your fanbase would grow. I've never heard of Spotify until today.
I only started my research recently, but I'm leaning toward Tunecore. Many of you expressed ambivalence about that publisher. I'd like to hear more about both CD Baby and Tunecore.
edit: I just found that some artists seem to be using both/multiple services. I searched an artist who put a testimonial on CD Baby, and it took me to their Tunecore page. Is there an advantage to going with both, or is that just paying double for the same stuff?
Last edited by Jammeez; 02-11-2013 at 09:37. Reason: More info
Perfection is not necessary for beauty, and often detracts from it.
It is possible to make money at music. I use believe digital , and although im not jaking enough to give up my 9 to 5 grind , im making some for sure.
Dont discount juno download as an online shop.
Also , considering spotify pay an artist something like 0.0000004 per play , why would you be so exclusively interested in that. It would take 10,000 plays to get 1 cent.
it doesnt really matter where you post your music, No one is going to buy it and No one is going to listen to it no matter how good it is, if it were just you>record company>retailer, then you would stand a chance, but the middle men like simon callow etc want to make ALL the money. so the get 5 good looking little boys and pay them peanuts to mime to music written by there friends and they make millions out of little girls and peadafiles that are interested in young boys. after a year they dump them and start again, leaveing a trail of snivaling,media hungry nonentities to fill the places on big brother and the jeromy kyle show.
WOW i feel better getting that off my chest. rant over:-)))))
yeah...he seems bitter.
perhaps a group hug is in order.
yes i know the truth is hard to handle. so is the compleat lack of a sence of humer:-)
i suppose you will now bemown my spelling and grammer, but i may be a newbi to this site but i have experience going back to before the punk era in music, so please dont be too fast in condeming me, you may learn something:-))))))
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