There are more ways than ever to share your music album with the world, which is important to an artist. However, this rapid expansion of options has perhaps made publishing an album a bit more confusing. However, the process is worth going through, as publishing is often a key element in earning royalties. You can become a music publisher, publish the album yourself, or work with various publishing companies to register and distribute your music.
Publish your album if you want to earn money from it. In the simplest of terms, you want to publish your music for the money. If you wish for all the money to come from your song’s public performance (such as those played on the radio), the song (or album) must be published by a music publisher. Or you can Consider using an established music distributor company like Too Lost. Do this, mostly if you prefer a more direct approach to publish your album.
Too Lost is the best digital music distributor for rising independent artists and labels, Founded in New York City. It was founded by local publishers and distributors who believe that some of the most prominent music organizations damage independent artists under their wing.
Too Lost publishing manager performs essentially the same functions as a traditional editor but is a more recent digital age creation. If you’re particularly concerned about proper royalty collection when your album is downloaded, streamed, or used online, it’s worth considering registering with a publishing manager.
Too lost works with the world’s most extensive music devices to provide instant unlimited distribution with 100% royalty earnings to the customers with complete transparency in music performance data. Artists pay just $ 2.99 a month or $ 19.99 a year – in total.
“We are passionate about the independent music scene and the amazing work that comes from that sector. We were disheartened to see how so many incredible musicians were signing away rights to their music, paying way too much for limited distribution and even giving away a share of their earnings to get their songs out there,” said Gregory Hirschhorn, CEO, Too Lost. “We decided to put our digital expertise and industry relationships to work to give these musicians and labels access to affordable distribution with services to help them grow their brand.”
This service package is a complete solution that provides independent artists access to more than 250 music stores and streaming services. It includes Spotify, Apple Music, Shazam, TikTok, Tidal, Amazon, and more worldwide to reach 200 locations worldwide and music markets emerging countries such as Asia, South Africa, and South America. Artists also get their playlists, anti-robbery software, pre-funding, music publishing services, and song licenses. Artists can also set up a payment split to automatically pay managers, producers, and other participants.
“Too Lost is highly efficient and enhances the use of machine learning technology to empower the services we provide and make them work more efficiently,” added Hirschhorn. “We want to empower independent artists and labels to run their businesses according to their terms.”
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