Independent Record Labels: How to get your artists on streaming services for free

Setting up your own record label doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive anymore.

With RouteNote you can upload all your artists to streaming services like Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal and more, as well as digital stores like iTunes and Google Play. The best part is it’s completely FREE and there’s no limit to uploads so it’s perfect for record labels large and small.

Music streaming makes up the majority of modern music consumption and digital stores provide easy access for anyone around the world to purchase music. That’s why making your music available online is so important in the modern music industry.

Here are all the benefits of distributing through RouteNote:

  • Free distribution to the top stores and streamers
  • Keep 85% of all profits (100% using our Premium tier)
  • You always keep 100% of the rights to your music
  • Opt-out anytime – you can leave us, change your account, and manage the stores you’re on at anytime. You never have to make a commitment.
  • Free UPCs/EANs and ISRCs for releases
  • Optional mastering from Landr on upload
  • Earn extra through our referral system
  • Access to a giant library of tracks from RouteNote artists you can use on your YouTube videos for free
  • Join our SoundCloud Network free to make money and get unlimited upload time
  • Join our YouTube Network free and make money from your videos
  • Your choice of whichever stores and streamers you want to distribute to

Our Premium Tier allows you to keep 100% of your profits for a small yearly charge:

  • Single = $10
  • EP = $20
  • Album = $30
  • Extended Album = $45

You can sign up today or find out more at www.routenote.com

If you have any questions feel free to get in contact via our Facebook and Twitter pages.

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