Your track is finished. The cover art is ready. Great!
Let's share it with the world now! But wait:
How do I publish it to Spotify, Apple Music and so on?
You have to choose:
- Send it to a label and hope for the best (why not try my label, Broducer Records?)!
- Publish it by yourself, via a distribution service like DistroKid, and be 100% sure your track will be available on every streaming platform.
What distribution service should you use?
There are many. I recommend you DistroKid.
Some charge you for each song, some work on a fixed, yearly fee. Some are free but work as a label, in the sense that they won't accept your track depending on several criteria.
I personally recommend you use a fixed-fee service such as DistroKid. With them, you pay $19.99/year and you can publish as many songs as you want!
For reference, for my first songs, I used TuneCore. I did not like the fact I had to pay an additional $10/year subscription fee for EACH song I published.
DistroKid has a nice and intuitive interface and also offers additional features such as song splits (it automatically splits the earnings among the people who collaborated on your track).
Want to try DistroKid?
👉 Use this link to get a 7% discount on your DistroKid subscription!
Do you have questions about FL Studio or music production?
Leave a comment below and I will answer your question in a next blog post!
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