TuneCore, the world's largest digital distribution and promotion service, together with MySpace Music, now offers MySpace musicians the ability to tap into their distribution platform for a special discounted rate. Starting today, MSM-registered users will be entitled to a discounted rate for TuneCore digital distribution. Registration with TuneCore will enable artists to now earn royalties on their licensed content and have any of their music and/or ringtones distributed to the iTunes Store, AmazonMP3, eMusic, and many others stores while keeping all of their rights and getting all of the money from the sale and use of their music. In addition, MySpace Music is providing a MyAds credit to market and promote themselves on MySpace as well as all the additional marketing and promotion, sales data, educational, and other services of TuneCore. Furthermore, in the coming months all MySpace artists will be able to log into TuneCore using their MySpace ID providing a more seamless experience. Details are located at: http://www.tunecore.com/myspacemusic
TuneCore is the largest distributor and has one of the highest revenue-generating music catalogs in the world: In 2009 alone, more 61 million songs were bought for download or paid to stream earning TuneCore Arists over 30 million dollars.
TuneCore is a low, flat-fee service that distributes music to iTunes, eMusic, Rhapsody and many other major download and streaming sites while taking no rights and no revenue from the sale of the music. Artists are building careers, selling significant volumes of music and generating revenue through TuneCore. Since its launch in 2006, TuneCore has distributed tens of thousands of albums and millions of songs to iTunes and other digital stores by Grammy winners and unsigned artists alike. TuneCore artists include Drake, Beck, Jay-Z, Aretha Franklin, Keith Richards, Public Enemy, Nine Inch Nails, Ricky Skaggs, Paul Westerberg, MGM Studios, Warren G, Bjork, Moby, High School Musical cast members, Ali Lohan, Cirque Du Soleil, Starbucks, and tens of thousands more.