Digital distribution companies are gradually turning into universal services for DIY musicians that could help novice artists to get fame and royalty for their songs.
Beginners need music distribution services if they want to put their creations on such platforms as iTunes, or Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon, Deezer, Napster, Boom, etc. All these services will not only upload the music compositions of unknown artists but will pay to authors the royalties from listening to tunes and songs around the world. The novice artists have no reasons to worry about declaring income from collecting money, all payments are official.
Being an open platform, AWAL offers basic distribution managing services. It places new songs at various key resources, including movie trailers, TV ads, etc. to maximize the dissemination of this content.
Moreover, if the AWAL notices that the artist is doing well, the original deal could be transformed into a distribution partnership agreement or even a full recording licensing agreement.
In most cases, music streaming applications have free and paid versions. The second one offers extended sets of functions. However, you will not need a subscription to work with AWAl. All functions are available in the free version and there is no difference between customers who use the paid version and the free one inside the application.
You can use the MusConv app to move saved tracks to another platform and stream your music. Download the app to your device, register and you will have full access to your music content. MusConv service works with more than 50 music platforms, the most popular and demanded by users.