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It’s a massive process (and headache) to signup as a rights owner (and fill out their catalog spreadsheet). You still have to signup as a Featured Artist on your own with Sound Exchange, but this cuts a lot of the hassle down. * They charge for single UPC or for album UPC. You can’t distribute your album without a UPC – so add on an additional /20 for each release. It’s a completely different model than all the other digital distributors.
I spoke with the founder, Philip Kaplan about his service. He is also the founder of the musician meet up site, Fandalism with over 600,000 musicians signed up. They have been recommended by Derek Sivers (founder of CD Baby) and Jeff Price (founder of Tunecore) – who no longer work at the companies. Whether you release 1 song or 1000 songs, it’s still .99 a year.
Because Ditto started in the UK its main focus (and angle) is for UK artists.
Anyone in the world can signup, but there is a clear UK focus on the website (just like there is a clear US focus on the other sites).
It now has over 90,000 artists in its network and has distributed over 700,000 songs. * Their website is SUPER clean and simple and you can get started with no headache.
* They also offer their publishing service CD Baby Pro that will link up. * Only company to collect Sound Exchange (Rights Owner) royalties for you.Full disclosure, I should say, I have used CD Baby, Tunecore, Distro Kid and Loudr to release my music in the past.I just released my latest album and this piece honestly helped me decide who the best company for this release was.I sat down with reps at 8 different digital distribution companies, CD Baby, Distro Kid, Ditto Music, Loudr, Mondotunes, Reverb Nation, Symphonic, Tunecore and Zimbalam, to get a full in-depth look at each company and for the reps to explain to me their company’s best features (that I may have missed scanning their FAQ).
Being a musician, I asked them questions I deemed most important for independent musicians.
They are the only distribution company that has this process automated (Loudr does this, but you have to contact support) * They clear cover songs with a check box (and get you the proper mechanical license) * Email every step of the way.