Dry Out on iTunes and Amazon

2013-09-25 03:30:17 by DJVI

My dubstep song called "Dry Out" can be now downloaded from iTunes and Amazon.
Thanks for you support!

Here are the download links for you:
"Dry Out" on Amazon
"Dry Out" on iTunes


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2013-10-01 11:16:40

Hmm, have you thought about selling through a site that lets you preview tracks? Like reverbnation, bandcamp, cdbaby?

DJVI responds:

Actually iTunes let's you preview tracks if you have iTunes downloaded on your computer. I also uploaded my song on other sites where you can buy it but iTunes is most popular site so I just mentioned it :p

Here are the list of other sites where you can buy my song. Note that the song may not be appeared on the sites yet because I just released it:

iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Rdio, Deezer Xbox Music, Rhapsody, eMusic, Simfy,
Muve Music, MySpace Music, iHeartRadio, Nokia, MediaNet, VerveLife, Wimp, Sony Music Unlimited,
Gracenote, Shazam, 7Digital and Juke


2013-10-02 15:33:19

Woah, you are selling it on a shitload of different places! Do you manage each one individually or is it all taken care of by some form of system for distribution? I hadn't heard of half of those sites...

I will check it out then! As for iTunes, it may be a popular product, but I'm a fan of browser-based applications when they're available; not so much of Apple particularly because they've been forcing iTunes on anyone who wanted Quicktime a few years ago. Sour marketing tactics IMHO, and I'm not one to forget. :)

DJVI responds:

I'm using site called Tunecore to sell my music. Tunecore distributes my track to all those sites and collects the money for me. All I have to do is upload my track on Tunecore and it takes care of the rest.

I know that some people don't like iTunes so for them probably the best site to by my music is Amazon. However, I just checked and the song is not yet available on Amazon but I should be soon :)