Music Distribution Pricing

Artists and Record Labels both operate differently and thus, we have different fees associated with the various efforts and challenges that arise.

Label Accounts

Sign Up Fee

There is no sign up fee for accounts created with the 70% & 80% royalty option. The 90% option incurs a $200 account creation fee.

  • 70%=$0
  • 80%=$0
  • 90%=$200 one time fee

Release Fee

$0. There are no  charges per release for the standard label options.
Note:
We have no annual or maintenance fees.

Can we work out a custom agreement?

If there are special needs that you believe can be worked out in a custom agreement then please contact our sales team by submitting a request here. Note: Custom agreements from Symphonic are not subject to the above criteria.

Are UPC & ISRC codes free?

During the release creation process we assign these free of charge. Tip: If you need a UPC or ISRC code for any release or track outside of what we distribute, click here!

 

Artist Accounts

Sign Up Fee

We charge a one time account creation fee of $25.

Release Fee

A fee is charged based on the number of tracks in a release that you submit:

  • 1-5 Tracks = $10.99
  • 1-10 Tracks = $19.99
  • 1-15 Tracks = $29.99
  • 1-20 Tracks = $39.99

Note: We have no annual or maintenance fees.

Are UPC & ISRC codes free?

During the release creation process we assign these free of charge. Tip: If you need a UPC or ISRC code for any release or track outside of what we distribute, click here!

 

Non-Symphonic Fees

Any additional fees charged to a record label or artist are for payment of royalties via Wire Transfer and/or Xoom. (We deduct from the payment we are issuing and/or deduct from future payments).

Additional fees such as mechanical transactions, voided transactions and promotional expenses may be placed by Digital Service Providers. These are not fees imposed by Symphonic and we always strive to work towards decreasing and/or eliminating these fees. Often times, we as a company also eat these fees up without you having to be charged.

 

 

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