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TuneCore Alternatives

The best TuneCore alternatives based on verified products, community votes, reviews and other factors.
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    Unlimited uploads to iTunes and more. Keep 80-100% of your royalties.

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    Release your music online, set up a record label and keep 100% of royalties

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    Distribution and marketing solutions to help creators succeed in the digital age.

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    Amuse is a music platform that provides the ability to the world of music creators to distribute and sell their music content across the globe.

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    LANDR is online music software for creators: music mastering, digital music distribution, free sample packs, collaboration tools, music promotion, and more. Try it free.

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    Music and video distribution and promotional platform

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    Digital music distribution service for artists and labels of all sizes

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    Sell your music everywhere

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    Discover amazing music and directly support the artists who make it.

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    NotaDist - Sell Your Music on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play,Deezer,Amazon and More


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    Discover and listen to new music, follow artists, watch online concerts, buy albums, tickets, and merch. Monetize your own music and become a music entrepreneur.

    freemium $1.0 / Annually

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    Rumblefish is an online music distribution and licensing service, which enables artists to sell their songs, albums, or compilations to over a hundred digital stores in a single transaction.

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    Vibeable provides free music distribution services for independent artists and labels around the world. Be independent. Release your music, change the world.


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    Use distrokid insteas

    They charge you $10 per single, per year to keep it uploaded and 50 for an album (30 for the first year), so lets say you have 2 albums and 5 singles up, that's $110 for the first year and $150 every year after that, compared to distrokids $20 and unlimited uploads. And if you want to retrieve your files, they charge you a support fee. Distrokid is a flat rate of $20 per year and let's you upload as much as you want, and has a vault where they store all your album covers, audio files and metadata and any other extra details and they let you get them for free

    🏁 Competitors: DistroKid
    👍 Pros:    Good support
    👎 Cons:    Expensive

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