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Online music distribution with a personal touch

Your music online

Online music distribution with a personal touch: your music worldwide on Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, Deezer and other platforms. Make your music discoverable via Shazam. Generate income on YouTube, Instagram and TikTok.

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One fixed price per release: € 52,95 incl. VAT. Combination discount for multiple releases.
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No subscription costs. Receive 90% of your royalties.

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You keep the rights over your music.
UPC and ISRC codes are free.
Insight into your royalties at any time.
Ideal for independent artists, producers and labels.

Stores overviewiTunes, Spotify and more

Processing times around the holidays

With about five weeks to go until the holidays, we would like to point out that it will be extra busy again in the coming weeks at all streaming platforms and at the various support channels.

Our usual advice is to releases minimaal seven days before the desired release date, but a wider schedule in November and December is highly recommended. Keep in mind that the crowds can last into the first half of January

Do you want to use Spotify's “playlist consideration“? Then we advise you to take care of it anyway minimaal ten days between the moment of sending and the desired release date.

Do you have questions about the planning of your release? Feel free to mail to info@wmdigitalservices.nl.

Availability by phone
Due to the holidays, WM Digital Services will not be available by telephone from December 24, 2022 to Monday, January 2, 2023. For urgent matters you can contact us by email. We will be ready for you again on Tuesday, January 3, 2023.

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Tips for planning your release

Your recordings are ready. You have just received the final master from your producer and the artwork is ready. Then of course you want to release your new masterpiece as soon as possible on Spotify, Apple Music and all other platforms. Very understandable, but there are a number of good reasons to plan your release date a little more widely. We give you some tips below.

Let's first answer an important question: can you specify the date on which your release should appear online? The answer is: yes, at the upload your release enter a 'digital release date'. So this is the date you want your release to appear on all platforms. If you push that date just one or two days ahead, your release will appear online as soon as possible, but it generally takes a little longer than those one or two days.

So that brings us to the reasons why you should put your release date a little further into the future:

- Processing time: The moment you click on 'distribute this release', your release will not immediately appear on all platforms. There will first be a technical check of your files and your title data. After that, the release is delivered to Spotify and other services that you have chosen and they then process the release. So there is always some processing time. The processing time varies per platform and also depends on how busy it is, but in general it is wise to count on at least three days for the checks, delivery and processing by all stores.

Our tip: Upload your release at least seven days before the desired release date, then there is enough processing time and also some leeway to correct any errors. In the run up to Christmas it is extra busy everywhere, so in December we recommend a slightly longer planning.

- Promotion and playlist consideration: Of course you not only want your release to appear online, but you also want it to be listened to by your fans. It doesn't always happen, but drawing up a promotion plan is essential for a successful release. When you consciously work towards a release date, it goes without saying that you plan your release as far in advance as possible, so that you can also use the 'playlist consideration' from Spotify and set up a presave campaign.

'Playlist consideration' is the option to bring your release to the attention of the Spotify editors before the release date, in order to qualify for a spot on one or more of their official playlists. Spotify recommends making sure that the release is in their system at least seven days before the release date. You can find more information about the method here .

Our tip: upload your release at least ten days before the desired release date if you want to use Spotify's playlist consideration. That way you ensure that the release is visible on time via your Spotify for Artists account.

- Pre-save campaigns: A 'pre-save' is the option to send your listeners a link to your new release before the release date. When they click that link, your new single or album will automatically be added to the listener's library on the day of release. This works for Spotify and Apple Music, among others. You can also gauge how successful your release will be via a pre-save campaign and you can also ask your fans if they want to subscribe to a newsletter. According to experts, a pre-save campaign is only really useful if it is started at least a few weeks before the release date.

Our tip: Upload your release a few weeks before the release date if you want to promote it with a pre-save campaign. Some promoters even advise taking two to three months for this. You can set up a pre-save via websites like presave.io of Soundplate.com.

summarizing: Regardless of your promotional plans, it is wise to upload your release at least seven days before the desired release date, so that there is sufficient processing time and the release appears everywhere at the same time. If you want to make use of 'playlist consideration' at Spotify, the term is at least ten days. Of course, it never hurts to plan your release dates a little further, so that you can work without stress until everyone can hear your latest creations!

Do you have questions about the planning of your releases? Feel free to mail to info@wmdigitalservices.nl.

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New in our distribution package: JioSaavn and JOOX

We don't sit still during the holiday period either. As of today, two new streaming services are available via our platform: the Indian service JioSaavn and the site JOOX active in Asia and Africa.

JioSaavn is a leading streaming service in India. The platform is also available in Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Pakistan. JOOX is a service with seven million monthly users, which is active in Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar and Thailand, among others. In addition, this platform is also becoming increasingly popular in South Africa.

Both platforms are available immediately. An up-to-date overview of all streaming services and download stores available through WM Digital Services can be found here .

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Changes to our distribution package

The world of download stores and streaming services is constantly changing. In recent weeks, two changes have taken place in our distribution package:
– The Russian platform Zvooq will now continue under the name SberZvuk.
– The streaming platform TrackDrip, operating from Suriname has temporarily ceased its activities and has therefore been removed from our package.

An up-to-date overview of all available platforms can be found on our site:

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Tip: Claim your artist profile on Amazon Music

Spotify runs with Spotify for Artists for several years at the forefront when it comes to extra options for artists, for example to manage their artist profile or to promote releases. Amazon has also been busy in recent months and has rolled out a new artist platform: Amazon Music for Artists.

Amazon Music for Artist offers various options that you also know from e.g Spotify for Artists en Apple Music for Artists. This gives you insight into all kinds of statistics about the behavior of your listeners and you can add your own profile photos. Amazon also gives you insight into your performance via the Alexa voice assistant, although that is less relevant for European users at the moment.

Amazon Music for Artists is also available for iOS en Android. An Amazon account is required to claim your profile.

Is your music not yet on Amazon Music? Create an account on our site and get started right away!

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Spotify launches website “Loud & Clear”

Spotify wants to give a clear answer to the many questions that artists and rights holders still have about royalty payments, the ways in which payments are made, etc. That is why the website “Loud & ClearIn the air, which will answer all current and future questions.

In Spotify's own words: “We know you have a ton of questions around music streaming economics and we want to make sure to get you the answers. We've included the questions we get most frequently from artists and will continue to add to this list as more questions come in ”.

The website can be found here: loudandclear.byspotify.com

Is your music not yet on Spotify? Make fast an account to our website and get started right away.

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Xiami Music is now called AliGenie

As of February 5, 2021, a small change has taken place in our distribution package: the Chinese streaming service Xiami Music, owned by the media group Alibaba, is now called AliGenie.

AliGenie is the 'personal assistant' for Alibaba's smart speakers, operating under the name Tmall genius placed on the market. Users can play AliGenie's content through these speakers. All content previously distributed to Xiami Music will be automatically available on this new platform.

You will find an up-to-date overview of our distribution package here .

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New: distribute your music to TrackDrip

We are happy to support you in the new year in making your music as widely available as possible. In that context, we have added a new streaming service to us distribution package: TrackDrip.

TrackDrip is a platform that operates from Suriname and focuses on listeners in the Caribbean and Latin America. Services such as Spotify and Apple Music are not yet available everywhere in these areas. The ultimate goal of TrackDrip is to develop and professionalize the Caribbean music industry and to create and exploit Caribbean music on a local and international level.

In the future, the streaming service also wants to make studio facilities and event halls available to make content creation more accessible to artists. The app also provides a collective revenue model for the created content, by exploiting it on a local and international level. For remote areas where internet or wifi is missing, there is a premium variant that also plays music and videos without internet.

Distribution to TrackDrip is available immediately through our platform. You will find an up-to-date overview of all streaming services and download stores that are available via WM Digital Services here .

Update August 2021: TrackDrip has already discontinued its services, so this platform is no longer available.

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WM Digital Services

Online music distribution with a personal touch: your music on Spotify, iTunes, Apple Music, Deezer, Tidal, Instagram and other major platforms.

Mail: info@wmdigitalservices.nl
Tel: 06-52384531 [Only during office hours]

Chamber of Commerce number 14122344
VAT number NL001103189B98

All amounts stated on our website include 21% VAT.

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