Are you looking to publish your songs online but you are not sure how? Then REBEAT may have just what you need.
Music distribution company REBEAT has released REBEAT Digital, a software allowing every musician, producer or label to sell songs digitally worldwide.
The REBEAT digital software allows you to sell and promote your music digitally in more than 300 download stores, among them iTunes, Musicload, Napster, AOL, Nokia and many more – easy and with only a few clicks directly from your home or office computer!
REBEAT Digital features
- 85% of the revenues remain yours.
- Export of your music to currently more than 300 shops worldwide.
- Encoding of your music into all required formats.
- Correct worldwide handling of the mechanical royalties processing.
- Monthly download reports and accounting.
- EAN/UPC and ISRC codes available for purchase, directly in the software on demand.
- Free automatic updates.
- Free support.
- No limits in time and quantity for uploads.
- Promotion of your product with the Promotion Tool and the integrated Media Promotion Service.
You can find detailed information about REBEAT Digital here (.pdf)
REBEAT Digital is available for PC and Mac, for 99 EUR. Additional costs for releasing music are EUR 1 per song (no additional monthly or yearly fees).
More information: REBEAT Digital
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, R2 D2
, random posts
, Star Wars
Posted in random posts
on Sep 24, 2007 - 0 comments
Some interesting things I bookmarked on del.icio.us on September 23rd, 2007:
- visualsoftheworld.com – Longest page? Currently 24393.72 cm long, ready to scroll?
- Braille Graffiti – An attempt to create a unique moment for a blind person who might happen across one of these bits of braille graffiti.
- Firefly PCB – A small (around one watt) tube-based guitar amplifier using three inexpensive and readily available vacuum tubes. The entire amp can be built for less than $200.
- Ovi – The door to Nokia’s internet services – Ovi will include the Nokia Music Store, Nokia Maps and N-Gage games.
- Robotic Insect Takes Off – A life-size, robotic fly has taken flight at Harvard University. Weighing only 60 milligrams, with a wingspan of three centimeters, the tiny robot’s movements are modeled on those of a real fly.
- Build an antique style crystal radio – A crystal radio, or crystal set as it is sometimes called, is a radio that only uses the power of the radio waves picked up by the antenna to generate the sound heard in the head phones.
- The R2-D2 Wireless Web Camera – Commemorating the 30th anniversary of the original iconic Star Wars film.
, Mountain Park
, random posts
Posted in random posts
on Aug 13, 2007 - 0 comments
Some interesting things I bookmarked on del.icio.us on August 12th, 2007:
- Miniot – Natural protection for your iPhone. Carved from a single piece of the finest woods, with your monogram, logo or personal message engraved.
- Sounds from Mountain Park – These are MP3 files that were digitized from Mountain Park’s old 8-track master tapes. The sound quality is consistent with 8-track tapes recorded in the 1970s.
- Prism Collection – If you didn’t splurge on (oh no we’re gonna say it) an iPhone yet, Nokia’s new 7500 and 7900 Prism cell phones are surely worth some consideration.
- Fly Me to the Moon: Space Hotel Sees 2012 Opening – “Galactic Suite,” the first hotel planned in space, expects to open for business in 2012 and would allow guests to travel around the world in 80 minutes.
- Album Speech – Collection of Speak & Spell type machines
- The Atlas Mech Case Mod – Congratulations to Don Soules from Michigan for crafting the “Atlas” mech PC case mod.
- Transform an old laptop into a MP3 player – These instructions show how Tony Pascalon transformed an old laptop with a broken screen (white strips on the screen) into a design MP3 player.