Digital Music Stores Compared

A lot of people get in touch with us to ask how many digital stores we distribute music to, and what proportion of the digital music market they represent. We also hear comments on the…

iTunes Accounts for 82% of Total Digital Revenues for CD Baby

Have you ever wondered how much iTunes account for digital sales online? One of our competitors CD Baby has published their 2008 results which shows that iTunes currently accounts for over 82% of their total…

Download The Peoples String Foundation – Red Dress Woman in Black via Bittorrent

RouteNote has been lucky enough to partner with Mininova to offer some of our video content to the 100 million people who use the site every month. Mininova is the worlds largest bittorrent client in…

Qtrax Signs Sony BMG To Their Ad Supported Service

Qtrax has released a press release this morning stating that they have finally signed Sony BMG to their catalogue. Qtrax is a legal P2P downloading service. In January 2008, Qtrax was overeager to announce it’s…

Amazon Mp3 Has Finally Launched Its UK Music Download Store

Amazon has just launched their Mp3 Music store in the UK. The store can be found at http://mp3.amazon.co.uk. The simple-to-use digital music store offering over 3 million DRM-free (Digital Rights Management) songs which will work…

SongBeat: The New Music Piracy Tool That Will End Up Closing Soon Enough!

In the current climate P2P and Bittorrent file sharing isnt seen as illegal in all countries, but overall it has to be the biggest threat on the music industry because of its nature. Songbeat has…

eTuner: Tune Any Instrument on Your iPhone or iPod Touch

If you have an iPhone or iPod touch you never need to worry about buying an expensive tuner every again. For £1.19 you can pick up eTuner from the iTunes App store. eTuner is an…

P2P Music Downloads Worth $69 billion. Is Digital Music Distribution Going Down The Toilet?

In 2007 P2P music downloads were worth a staggering $69 billion, and all other forms of movie/television piracy are on the rise. Techcrunch has been talking a lot about using music online as a free…

Fallout Again?

Excuse the pun, but the fallout from Radiohead’s decision to release their latest album on a pay-what-you-want download basis from their website has been widespread. As an exercise in self-promotion, it’s hard to imagine a…