How To Sell Your Music On Traxsource
Discover how to sell your music on Traxsource, one of the leading online electronic music stores. Make money and keep 100% of your rights through iMusician.
Get Your Music on Traxsource
Founded in 2004, Traxsource is a popular online electronic music download store run by DJs, for DJs. It is renowned as the ‘real home of house music’ and is the go-to platform for DJs and fans with a passion for all things electronic music.
Traxsource’s reputation for quality and authenticity make it a great place for both high-profile A-list artists and budding upcoming talent alike to promote and sell their latest electronic and house music tracks.
Continue reading to find out how you can get your music on Traxsource and make money from your tunes with iMusician.
How Can You Upload Music to Traxsource
Follow these easy steps to put your music on Traxsource:
Create your release and select Traxsource in the shop selection.
Sit back, relax, and wait for your release to be distributed to Traxsource.
Your music is truly unlimited available on Traxsource. Keep 100% of your royalties forever!
By creating a free iMusician account, you can get your music on Traxsource, as well as other leading electronic music stores such as Beatport and Juno Download. iMusician has partnered with the widest range of online music stores and streaming platforms worldwide to help you get your music in front of wide audiences and make new fans all across the world.
How Much Does It Cost to Sell Music on Traxsource?
Selling your music on Traxsource through iMusician couldn’t be simpler. There are no catches or hidden costs; you pay a one-time fee for the music you release and it will remain in stores forever. No start-up or yearly renewal fee, and no extra charges for barcodes or ISRCs.
We have a range of flexible plans and music distribution packages to suit every artist’s needs; there is no commitment and you can cancel at any time you wish. Our Starter Plan is ideal for artists just getting started and looking to put their music on Traxsource only, whereas our Regular, Rockstar, and Pro Unlimited plans allow artists to upload their music to all of our partner stores in addition to Traxsource.
Why Use iMusician to Sell Your Music on Traxsource?
At iMusician, we work with 500,000 independent artists and record labels to sell their music online. We liaise with all the major streaming platforms and download stores to ensure that all artists have equal access to digital music distribution channels, as well as ensure that their music is fully protected and that they keep 100% of their rights.
iMusician distributes your music to Traxsource plus the widest range of global music platforms and popular regional shops worldwide. No matter where you are on your musical journey – we have a pricing plan to help ensure your music gets on Traxsource.
Truly unlimited: Your music is on Traxsource and in other stores forever.
How Can We Help You?
With over 12 million listeners per month in over 20 countries, Traxsource is an important platform for electronic music artists and labels.
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