Getting Your Music Distributed Online

If you told me that I could become an independent artist on the web 15 years ago, I would have laughed at you. If you told me 5 years ago that I would be able to find Hindi Songs lyrics on the web, I would have been in disbelief. And yet here we are in 2015 where music all across the world can be found while independent artists begin to make their way without the help of publishers. How do they do it? How can you do it? Keep buzz high. Make downloads available on your site, Amazon, or iTunes, and keep track of the numbers. Your sales record is of utmost importance when appealing for a distribution deal.

Essentially, you need to prove that there is a demand for your music that will guarantee sales.When you feel that you have proven yourself as profitable, you are ready to make the next step and send a demo to distribution companies. You will need to make a demo for the album you would like to distribute, including four to five of the best songs. Make sure the production sounds professional, not cheap. You also need to have a quality press kit to go along with your demo that ups your level of professionalism and demonstrates your following. If you have made any contacts in the past, now is the time to call them up and ask if they know anyone who can help you get a distribution deal.

Send your demo to distribution companies by finding the contacts and addresses either through people you know or though a music contacts database. Follow up and be persistent without being pushy.Once a distribution company is interested in you, carefully examine the terms of the contract that they offer you. Pay close attention to how exclusive the company would like to be with your materials and which on which platforms you can continue to distribute your music