RouteNote free distribution lets you get your songs onto Spotify and other streaming services with zero cost to you. Sounds too good to be true…

Is RouteNote actually free? Yes! RouteNote is completely free for all artists looking to distribute their music on any online platforms.

Artists keep 85% of all revenues when they choose RouteNote for free music distribution. Let’s review what you get with RouteNote free distribution and see if it’s the right fit for releasing your music.

Firstly, you’re right to be cautious. After all, you’ve poured your heart and soul into creating your tracks and want to release your music using a service you can trust.

At RouteNote we offer free digital music distribution to all the big streaming services and stores around the globe, as well as monetisation of your music on social media platforms. You get unlimited uploads with no complicated contracts to sign, and keep total control of your music.

Everyone who works at RouteNote is deeply passionate about music and are often musicians themselves. Since 2007 the company has been committed to helping independent artists get their music heard.

RouteNote Stores and Streaming Services

We’ve partnered with over 90% of the digital music market, spanning the world from the likes of JioSaavn in India to South Korea’s Bugs!. Your tracks will be heard by eager ears across the globe, in territories that other distributors might not cover.

When an artist distributes music for free with RouteNote they keep 85% of royalties from streams and downloads. Know you’re going to see a lot of plays? You should check out our Premium distribution service, which costs an annual payment plus a small upfront fee, and allows you to keep 100% of your earnings.

With RouteNote Free:

  • Keep all the rights to your songs
  • Access our referral system and earn more
  • Complete transparency with no hidden fees
  • Get great free marketing tools with our partner
  • Protect your music on YouTube videos
  • Get dedicated customer help and support

Find out more here and get started with RouteNote for free.