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You’ve spent countless hours writing, recording and mixing your latest Single, EP or Album. Maybe you’ve had it professionally mastered or got it up to broadcast standard yourself.

What now?

Chances are you’re going to want to release your magnum opus into the big wide world and have as many people hear it as possible.

In the old days, you would need a record company to distribute your music on your behalf. Nowadays it’s much easier to get your music onto streaming sites like Spotify, Apple Music or digital storefronts like iTunes and Amazon using online music distribution services.

And make no mistake, as cool as it is to hold a freshly pressed CD with you and/or your band’s name on it, the vast majority of music listeners consume their tunes via streaming services.

There’s a lot of choices when it comes to choosing which online distributor to go with. There are so many things to consider – price, royalties, copyright ownership etc.

Finding which one is right for you can be tough.

With that in mind, I’ve put together a video giving you the lowdown on three of the most popular online music distributors out there and which one I reckon comes out on top.

There you have it – it’s clear which of the featured online distributor’s is giving you the best deal.

As mentioned in the video, even the founders of CD Baby and TuneCore recommend Distrokid, so you know you’re getting a good deal.

In fact, Distrokid are happy to give GarageBand Guide readers a 7% discount on any Distrokid package! Simply sign up using the link below. ( I did try to arrange a discount for the GarageBand Guide community with the other services as well, but they couldn’t/wouldn’t do it.)

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Have you used any of the online music distributors mentioned in the video above? Maybe you’ve used a different service before? Let me know in the comments below, or come join the conversation on Facebook .

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Ash is a young boxer with pretty high ambitions. In his latest boxing match two months ago, he stopped his opponent in the first round. Some find him cocky. But to him, it’s just confidence. Whatever it is, he sure knows how to sell his fight…

Hi Ash! I can see that you are young and eager to make a mark in the local boxing scene. You won your previous fight via technical knockout. How does that feel?

Hi!, And yeah you can say I’m pretty eager to make a mark in the boxing scene but it’s not just local. and about my feeling towards my recent tko victory will be expected? Because it’s always been my game plan to stop the fight before leaving the decision to the judges and my next fight will be no different.

Describe how training is like at Kadir’s Boxing School.

Training at Kadir’s Boxing School is amazing to say the least! especially with the help of my coaches! We train 5 days a week from 7.30 pm to 10.00 pm, Our normal training consists of shadow boxing, Bag work, pad work and a lot of sparring! and one of two months before competition the coaches will come up with a centralized training program for the fight team.

The boss of Kadir’s Boxing School is Mr Syed Abdul Kadir himself. Many regard him as the Godfather of Singapore boxing. Is there any pressure to be representing his gym?

Yes many people including myself regard Coach Kadir as the Godfather of Singapore boxing because none of this would be possible without him. And there is a lot of pressure representing this gym but that only makes me train harder because I don’t intend on letting my coaches or my teammates down.

Do you think there is potential in the Singapore National Boxing Team to achieve medals in major boxing tournaments?

Yes I do. Because we have so many young and talented boxers that are capable of winning major boxing tournaments if they are given enough overseas training experiences.

What will you say is your boxing style?

If I have to describe my boxing style it’ll be Mexican style I guess!

How do you spend your time if you are not boxing?

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