Landr, an online, cloud-based, automated mastering service developed by MixGenius in Montreal, announced today that it has expanded its business with the introduction of a budget online music distribution service.
With a database of 1.3M music creators in 200 countries, the company is offering the fee-based service for as low as $1 a month. The program advertisers that “users keep 100% of their royalties and revenue, and there are no hidden fees for extra services—like adding albums to new streaming stores or registering new songs to Shazam.”
Previously, Landr had an affiliate program for online distribution through CD Baby, but that now seems to have been terminated.
As part of the launch of the program, the company is offering two free uploads for distribution.
The online distribution puts them in a fiercely competitive and narrow margin business against services run by Believe Digital, TuneCore, ReverbNation, and the aforementioned CD Baby.
The company maintains offices in Montreal and Los Angeles.