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The days of MySpace are nearing its end (fortunately), so I'm looking for a website to post my personal music creations. I'm aware a few, namely PureVolume and Last.fm, but I'd like to be able to sell my work as well as let people stream it from the website.

I would like to avoid huge stores such as iTunes and Amazon, since they take a huge cut of the profit and tend to be fairly difficult to upload without a record label. Another plus would be to set my own price, instead of the "standard" $1 per song.

Any recommendations would be appreciated. Thanks!

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I would reccommend Bandcamp :

  • Set a minimum price starting from 0$ or let people name their price
  • Let people stream your music
  • Design your page (no ads)
  • Stats...


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I tried it out, and I'm staying with it! Thank you. – Vortico Aug 21 '10 at 14:08
nice!! +1 ..... – studiohack Aug 21 '10 at 21:58

CDBaby and Tunecore are two big players in helping independent artists sell their music, through both iTunes/Amazon stores (without huge cuts).

Tunecore, among them, works through iTunes, Myspace, Amazon, Spotify, eMusic, Shockhound, Zune and Nokia music stores, imvu, thumbplay and others, which is a decent selection.

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Wow! It looks promising! It may be a little bit overkill for my needs, but I might submit a single sometime. – Vortico Aug 21 '10 at 14:07

Bandbox - http://www.bandbox.com

  • You keep 100% Profit.
  • Don't charge a commission like iTunes, CD Baby and Bandcamp
  • Free 30-Day Trial
  • Bandbox has a killer Facebook Music Store app
  • Taylor Swift, Keith Urban, Jewel and thousands of indie artist have sold music with Bandbox

For more info on other alternatives, check out the website www.howtosellyourmusiconline.com

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