Every time your music is streamed or downloaded you earn money from it, but how much is a stream, or a download worth?
How do stores price my music?
When you release music on digital platforms like Spotify, iTunes and Amazon Music, the price that each download costs is set by the stores. This means that unfortunately it’s not something we can change for you.
How much does it cost to download my music?
Stores that provide downloads, such as Amazon Music or Beatport will have set prices for a single track, single EP or album. For example, in the UK a single download on iTunes is always set at £0.79. This will be different depending on what store you’re looking at, and what country your music is being bought in.
For an EP or album, it’s usually priced as the per track cost in that country, multiplied by the number of tracks. E.g., a 5 track EP will cost 5x£0.79. But if your release has more than 10 tracks, the price will automatically change to £7.99, but again this price will differ depending on where in the world you are.
One other thing to note is that a release that has a track that’s over 10 minutes long will be priced at £7.99 regardless of how many tracks are in the release.
Don’t forget that whenever your Spinnup-released music is streamed or downloaded, you keep 100% of everything you earn. That’s right, all of it.