Uploading to streaming services like Apple Music functions almost the same as it does uploading to Spotify. Read this article about how to upload to Spotify. You have to sign up with a music Aggregator, which acts as the intermediary between you as a musician and Spotify.
In the next five steps we’ll explain how to put your music on the Apple Music, just like we did for Spotify. Check out this article to get started immediately because it’s not that difficult!
- Step 1: Spotify Artist Profile
- Step 2: Choose a distributer (Aggregator)
- Step 3: Fill in the right data
- Step 4: UPC and ISRC-codes
- Step 5: Monitoring
Are there any extra costs involved?
No, with TuneCore you’ll get the choice to upload to 150 digital music stores spread across 200 nations. You can exclude certain services, but this won’t incur any extra costs.
Apple Music for Artists
Apple Music has created a dashboard just like Spotify where artists can gain insight into their statistics. It looks incredibly well made and clean, like we’d expect from Apple. This dashboard contains other functions that might come in handy to you as an artist.
ITunes or Apple Music
Recently in 2019 Apple announced it will be completely removing iTunes. It’s an outdated program that doesn’t function like it should anymore. Apple will be porting the functions over to new applications, mostly to Apple music but also Apple Podcasts and Apple TV. All music will be on Apple Music, so as an artist you wouldn’t have to worry!