The best free Soundrop alternative

Soundrop specialize in distributing cover songs to stores. At $9.99 per track while keeping 15% of artists revenue, this model can become very costly for independent artists.

With RouteNote, you can distribute your cover songs to all major stores with absolutely no fees or recurring costs while keeping 85% of the revenue.

RouteNote offer three ways to get your cover songs on stores:

  1. Distribute to all countries – You can publish your music in all territories when posting to only Spotify, Deezer, Pandora, iHeartRadio, JioSaavn, Nuuday & Anghami.
  2. Distribute to all stores – If you’d prefer to distribute to all of our partners such as iTunes, Apple Music, Google Play, Amazon Music, Deezer, Tidal and more, you can do so, as long as you exclude the following territories: The United States, Canada, Mexico, Pakistan & India.
  3. Distribute to all stores and all territories – To distribute everywhere, you’ll need to obtain a mechanical license. Our friends over at Harry Fox can help you with this.

You can also choose to distribute two identical releases on RouteNote following options 1 & 2 above. Just remember, cover songs mean you cannot use any samples from the original track without permission.

RouteNote allow you to distribute covers or original music for free while keeping 85% of your revenue or you can go premium for a small fee while keeping 100% of revenue earned. Click here to get started.

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