Independent artists can now benefit from TuneCore services more easily online


Leading Independent Distributor of DIY Digital Music TuneCore is expanding its payment methods in Southeast Asia to better serve its growing artist base in the region. The company has launched localized payment methods through GCash in the Philippines, through Dana (GoPay coming soon) in Indonesia, via MoMo in Vietnam, and via chinese union salary in other non-US countries.

Despite expanding their presence over the past 18 months, TuneCore remains focused on “not just offering[ing] best-in-class services globally, the company also brings the same mindset to our local markets,” according to the CEO. Andreea Gleeson.

“For TuneCore artists, we want to not only support their artistry, but also make it easier for them to distribute their music. Last year, we launched the New Artist plan, which allows creators to publish their music on social platforms with no upfront cost.Now, with the launch of our expanded payment services, creators can seamlessly access comprehensive distribution services.

Earlier this year, the music distributor launched a groundbreaking pricing program that gives artists at any stage of their career the ability to release and distribute an unlimited number of tracks and albums at a range of price points. affordable: from no upfront costs (new artist), $14.99 (rising artist), $29.99 (escape artist) at $49.99 (professional).

TuneCore is a division of the global digital music company based in Paris To believe.


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