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  • Start Collecting Royalties on sites like iTunes, Amazon and Spotify by creating a TuneCore account
  • Tabi Brunner

Start Collecting Royalties on sites like iTunes, Amazon and Spotify by creating a TuneCore account

Start Collecting Royalties on sites like iTunes, Amazon and Spotify by creating a TuneCore account

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Do your songs get downloaded or streamed internationally? Has your music been used on YouTube?

Would you like to have your songs featured in movies, television, or video games? If so we highly recommend taking a look into TuneCore.

Keep your rights. Collect your royalties. Team up with Tunecore.

There are a lot of different websites that people use to download and stream music. When your music is bought and streamed it generates royalties. TuneCore Music Publishing Administration collects these royalties for you so that you have a way to receive them. Best of all you keep the rights to your music.

By investing $75 into a TuneCore account you receive global registration and royalty collection, opportunities to have your music on T.V, in movies and video games. They collect 13 different kinds of royalties including royalties for ring tones. Check out their website http://www.tunecore.com/index/pricing for more details on pricing

Apps. Apps. Apps.

TuneCore also features a variety of affiliated apps that can be purchased to help refine your sound quality, collect reviews from fans, grow your fan base, and help make you more money.

One of the neat apps is Radio Airplay it gets your music on internet radios and helps your songs reach more potential fans around the world. If you want to try it out for free you can get a single song played *10 times a week (*check out their site for more info), a photo and a week of access to your historical data. If you upgrade to the intro pack for $10 a month you receive 250 monthly plays, can upload 10 songs in total, as well as 5 photos, and access to your historical data as well as chances to earn free plays from their program popscore.

There are 5 packages to select from with the cost ranging from 10$-$500 a month, song play ranging from 250 to 25,000 plays and the ability to upload 10, 20, 30 or unlimited songs. A definite avenue to consider for any artist who wants to expand their fan base to a global scale. Click the link to check it out Radio Airplay.

Another sweet a app Tunecore has available is Tunecore Fan Reviews with this app you choose from their starter, enhanced or premium package (I suggest starter which costs $15.00 per song and gets you 40 fan reviews.) Check out the link to compare their packages and view an example report. You can view your ratings, graphs of your songs strengths and weaknesses, a word cloud which shows which words the reviewers used to describe your song most often and more. The reviewers will give your song a rating between 1-10 and a written description of why, what they liked and what they didn’t like so much. This is a great way to get honest feedback about your music from music enthusiasts.

  • Tabi Brunner

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