I just found this distributor too. The rates sound really great and it includes YouTube ContentID well. Has anyone else used this?Hello!
I use MusicDiffusion (http://www.musicdiffusion.com) which is quite new but great!
Their service and prices are unbeatable.
€ 2.99 per title sent on all platforms, or 29.90 the album of 10 titles, or else the platinum formula at € 15.99 / Year for the unlimited
The team is super reactive and really nice, it is a label also famous, not just a pipe ... They produced Tal, Akon, Snoop Dogg, Bo movies like StarTrek ... finally very heavy!
I went from Tunecore to them and I'm delighted
I didn't know this was possible. Meaning, for example, you could update a track 6 months or a year later and update the album and have that update pushed to all stores? That's a great feature. Which distributor are you using?For me, it's important that I have the ability to bug fix/update an album after release,
INGrooves allows you to do this, not sure about other services though.I didn't know this was possible. Meaning, for example, you could update a track 6 months or a year later and update the album and have that update pushed to all stores? That's a great feature. Which distributor are you using?
Three years later... How is the OP liking Distrokid now?That's my main concern about Distrokid as well. If I just had to choose between Tunecore and Distrokid, I would definitely choose the latter. But CD Baby does have the advantage of only asking for one single payment (royalties aside...). I really dislike the idea of having to pay anual fees and with CD Baby you don't have to worry about any of that... you just pay for the album once and it stays on sale forever. If you have a huge catalog, Distrokid is the best deal for sure, but, if you plan to release 1-2 albums a year, I'm starting to think that CD Baby could be a better deal. Another thing I've been thinking about is different artist names... With Distrokid, you have to upgrade your account and pay more in order to use different artist names. I suppose that with CD Baby, as you pay per album distributed, it probably wouldn't make a difference (please correct me if I'm wrong on this).
I am currently using Ditto Music, which has a plan similar to Distro. I went with it simply cause Distro doesn't accept payments through paypal... Ditto is working fine for me so far. If I ever have any complaints about their service, I'll make sure to post them here in case any of you is interested to know about it. Cheers!Three years later... How is the OP liking Distrokid now?