Distribute your music to the world’s largest online music store with ease.
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By signing up with Ditto you’re choosing to distribute your music with an official iTunes partner and unlike many online distributors, you’ll keep 100% of your royalties. You’ll get daily trending reports so you can keep close tabs on all of your music sales.
Selling your songs on iTunes with Ditto is extremely easy. You start be creating a free account and choosing your
release (single, album or unlimited). Then you simply upload your music, complete the checkout and we’ll work our magic.
How much money can I earn selling music on iTunes?
Artists generally receive around 70% of their sales revenue from iTunes, and when you distribute your music to iTunes with Ditto, you’ll keep 100% of the royalties you earn. You can also choose the price tier for your tracks, giving you complete control of your revenues.
Choose your selling price
Keep 100% royalties
How long will it take to get my music on iTunes?
Once you’ve uploaded your music to your Ditto account, it typically takes 3 working days for your release to go live on the iTunes store. You can also contact our support team by email at any time.
Live in 3 days
What is an iTunes pre-order and what are the benefits?
A pre-order is a simple marketing tool which allows you to excite your fans by selling your music before your official release date. Your release can be available for pre-order for up to 6 months before the actual release date and any sales you receive in that period will count towards your first weeks chart position.
Instant download gratification
Chart elligible sales pre-release date
How much does it cost?
(1 to 3 tracks)
(4 to 21 tracks)
iTunes is one of the many stores included in your Ditto package
By signing up with Ditto you’re choosing to distribute your music with an official iTunes partner and unlike many online
distributors, you’ll keep 100% of your royalties. You’ll get daily trending reports so you can keep close tabs on all of your music