"So, how can I make money with my music that ends up on YouTube?" a client asked me last week. I promptly told him I had no idea, but it probably had to do with getting tens of thousands of hits and then advertisers deciding they wanted to put ads on your chanel. . . I thought for a little whlie longer and decided it would be a great blog post because I'm sure there are many independant musicians that would love to know.
It seems that every day I hear of a new way to get your songs to the digital marketplace, so it's about time for an update on Digital Distribution methods for your music. In a more strict sense of the term, digital distribution relates not just to music but eBooks, movies, ringtones, photography, software programs and apps among other things. There are a lot of stores. . .
An update from the previous post dealing with online music distribution. Things to think about when choosing a digital distribution service:
Many clients ask me about what to do after mastering. I don't really have a very technical understanding of the nuts and bolts behind publishing and distribution, so I just send them to our local reputable CD manufacturing broker. At Terra Nova, we recommend Matt Eskey with Any and All Media. He has done a great job on every project I've sent to him and will continue to recommend Matt without reservation. While I