Below is a representative list of our partner companies. We’ll deliver your music to all these providers and more – at no extra cost.
iTunes™ is the premier destination for digital downloads. They offer high quality DRM-free MP3s and command over 80% of the download marketplace revenue. Once your music has been finalized and approved for distribution, we’ll deliver it to iTunes™ within 2 business days! That delivery includes all iTunes™ stores worldwide, and your music will be available for download in full.
Seattle-based Amazon is the world’s largest online retailer. Their MP3 store sells DRM-free MP3s to the largest audience anywhere. Amazon MP3 is the muscle behind MySpace Music, so if your MP3s are for sale on Amazon, then they will soon be for sale in the MySpace Music store.
Google’s new music site allows users to discover new music, share it with friends on Google+, and buy MP3 tracks online from any computer, tablet or android phone. Google Play users can also upload their music to the cloud for easy access across multiple devices.
Through their easy integration with Facebook, Spotify has quickly become one of the most popular streaming services. Customers in the US and Europe can stream their favorite artists using a free ad-supported version or by paying a monthly fee for Spotify's premium option.
Shazam is a hugely popular music discovery app available on smartphones. Music fans can use Shazam to identify the ‘title and artist’ of a song by putting their phone near the sound source while a song is being played. When you distribute your music with CD Baby, your music will be added to the Shazam database--making it easy for music fans to discover and buy your music using Shazam.
Rdio is the digital music service started by the creators of Skype. Music fans discover, play and share millions of songs without ever hearing a single ad and build a digital music collection that’s available on the web and mobile devices, even offline. Users can sign up for free to try Rdio and access unlimited music through one of their flexible monthly plans.
Beats Music is a new music streaming service launched by Dr. Dre's popular headphone brand, Beats by Dre. Beats Music focuses on providing a unique and personalized music experience. Beats Music uses a combination of automation and curation to create playlists that keep users engaged.
eMusic boasts the largest catalog of independent music and is the #2 digital music retailer. eMusic offers high-quality DRM-free MP3s to an ever-growing number of subscribers, with a stronghold on the 25 and older demographic.
Rhapsody made major waves with their subscription-based model. Key partnerships with Verizon, Yahoo! Unlimited, and iLike, to name a few, make the reach of their service unparalleled. Rhapsody has entered the permanent download market to complement their wildly successful streaming service.
Popular social network, MySpace, has launched its own music store that allows fans to stream full-length tracks and buy MP3s (powered by iTunes™ & Amazon MP3). Once your music is available on MySpace Music, your songs can be added directly from the store to user-generated playlists where you'll be paid for every listen!
With Simfy, listening to music is once again a social experience. Boasting 13 million songs in their on-demand streaming catalog, Simfy allows music fans to hear and purchase their favorite tracks via computer or smartphone. Users can also create personalized playlists and actively network with other fans via social media.
The mobile reach of Nokia includes an extensive catalog of great music and a variety of online retailers worldwide. Artists will be available in all Nokia storefronts, including the wildly popular “Comes with Music” program.
Xbox Music (formerly Zune) combines Microsoft's robust catalog of over 30 million tracks with the popularity and usability of both Xbox 360 and Windows-based devices (phones, tablets, PCs). Xbox Music allows music fans to stream and download songs, create playlists and artist-based radio stations, and sync their music collection across all devices. Discover your favorite new band today!
MediaNet is one of the biggest providers of digital music, calling upon a heavy-hitting list of distribution retailers. With domestic & international outlets, including the popular MOG service, Tesco, Moozone and many more, MediaNet places your music on a global scale.
With a presence in both Germany & the United States, Tradebit is a versatile online store that specializes in digital downloads. They offer high quality DRM-free MP3s to an international customer-base, along with detailed artist information.
Slacker gives listeners access to the world's best music and entertainment wherever they are. Slacker can be listened to for free on any device. Users can subscribe and enjoy a commercial-free experience with deep customization, offline listening, and on-demand access to millions of songs and albums.
24-7 Entertainment, Europe's leading B2B technology provider specializing in online and mobile distribution of digital entertainment, powers major retailers including Play.com, Media Markt, Saturn, TDC PLAY, ExLibris and many more. CD Baby artists receive vast international exposure once delivered to 24-7's digital distribution network.
Established in 2004, 7digital is a leading digital media delivery company based in London and operating globally. They have exceptional relationships within the music industry and have a fully licensed catalogue of over 11 million tracks in MP3 format, giving 7digital one of the broadest MP3 reaches in the world.
Myxer is a top 10 most visited mobile website with over 2.3 billion downloads from over 46 million users. Sell your ringtones and MP3s from their mobile website, mobile apps, and website. Myxer offers promotional campaigns, mobile marketing tools, and other opportunities for artists at all levels of the industry.
iHeartRadio offers access to over 750+ radio stations nationwide as well as a DMCA-compliant personalized radio feature. You will be paid for plays on iHeartRadio through SoundExchange and not CD Baby.
Based in France, Deezer is a prominent streaming service that boasts 20 million users and registers 6 million unique visitors per month. A recent partnership with mobile heavyweight Orange has further extended Deezer's reach in France as the company also begins to look toward international expansion.
Founded in 2003, Omnifone is an independent provider of global cloud-based digital music services. It develops, licenses and manages scalable digital music services to enable partners, such as Sony Music Unlimited, to deliver cloud-based music services across virtually all connected devices. Omnifone's MusicStation platform, which underpins Sony's "Music Unlimited" and others, is now live in 28 countries and offers a catalogue of over 22 million tracks.
Sony Music Unlimited
With on-demand access to a global catalogue of 15 million tracks, personalised and ad-free channels, offline playback, and the ability to synch your existing music library for playback across all compatible devices (PC and Mac, Android(tm) smartphones and tablets, iPhone(r), iPod(r) touch, PlayStation(r), PS Vita, and Sony HDTVs, etc.), Sony's Music Unlimited streaming music service is the ultimate experience for true music fans. Powered by CD Baby's delivery to Omnifone, your music will be available in Sony's Music Unlimited service, one of the world's leading entertainment networks.
Muve Music is the first music experience designed specifically for the mobile phone — no syncing, no computers, no cords needed — ever. Discover and download music quickly and easily from Muve Music's catalog of millions of tracks right from your phone. With the ever-growing Muve Music song catalog, customers can choose from millions of songs featuring the hottest artists and new releases.
JB Hi-fi NOW Music
JB Hi-Fi NOW Music is an innovative music streaming and subscription service created by Australia's largest music retailer (JB Hi-Fi). JB HI-FI NOW Music is designed to enhance music listening and music discovery across a variety of devices. JB Hi-Fi is the most recognized music retail brand in Australia. If you want to be heard in Australia, you need to be on JB Hi-Fi NOW Music.
Currently available on the Movistar network, boinc is a social music service that enables users unlimited, on-demand access to a legal library of millions of songs. Because boinc's fees are included in the price of certain mobile devices, they're able to offer an ad-free music service without subscription fees, download charges, or consumer-facing advertisements.
Samsung Music Hub
Samsung Music Hub Australia is a streaming music subscription service containing millions of songs from all major record labels and key independents. The Samsung Music Hub is available on all Samsung Galaxy Smartphones, Galaxy Tablets, Samsung Smart TV’s, and Mac and PC desktop computers.
One of our earliest partnerships, GreatIndieMusic remains committed to the music they are named for. With a large catalog of independent artists, customers have a great choice of DRM-free MP3s which are compatible with any desktop or portable device.
Mondia Media is a German based media company that brings digital music entertainment to any device worldwide. Mondia creates and operates digital entertainment solutions for partners across the globe, ranging from telecom operators and hardware manufacturers to media companies and broadcasters.
Rara is an ad-free subscription streaming service with a library of over 22 million songs. Subscribers can create playlists, discover the latest releases, get music recommendations, and enjoy 100’s of expertly curated music channels. Rara is available on the web at rara.com, on Rara apps for iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows 8 PCs and tablets, and in-car for new BMW models with ConnectedDrive.
Powered by the largest search engine in Russia, Yandex.Music allows users to discover and listen to songs and entire albums from both Russian and foreign artists. Yandex.Music users can create their own playlists and recommend tracks to other users. With 3.5 million licensed recordings, Yandex.Music offers a wide range of genres and styles.
WiMP is a premium music streaming service with HiFi quality audio, and the first and only multimedia service with integrated music editorials and video. Through local editorial teams in each country, WiMP provides daily recommendations, tips and playlists for any occasion. The service is available on mobiles, tablets, network players and computers.
InProdicon is a white label provider of digital music services for the worldwide market. Founded in 2003, InProdicon was amongst the first to launch music download services in Europe. Having recently upgraded its platform and revamped its services, InProdicon is now in the process of launching a number of subscription services with partners around the Globe.