How To Sell Music On xBox
Sell your music worldwide in 24-48 hours.
xBox Music (formerly Zune) has been around for years and is one of the most popular subscription based music stores with currently over 30 million tracks in their catalogue. Their name which comes from the popular gaming system, xBox, is one of the most distinguishable brands in the world and offers their customers a truly unique experience of obtaining the music they love. Their service is currently available to a large amount of countries around the world. If you don't have your music in xBox, you are missing out on a huge segment of the digital music marketplace. It couldn't be easier to get your music into xBox with our simple to use album submission process from within your Dashboard at Catapult.
You can set a specific street date in the future that you want your music to go live in xBox allowing you time to prepare your marketing campaigns.
This is the easy part! All you need to do is submit your album or single via your Dashboard at Catapult. You'll submit information like the title, artist, street date, etc. Then, you select the stores you want your music sent to and finally upload your audio files and cover art. Our system will then process your music and make sure it's all formatted correctly, and then deliver it to the stores world-wide. It's that simple.
Catapult does not charge any yearly fees or nickel and dime you for each store. Catapult charges only $9 per single or $25 per album which includes distribution to stores like iTunes, Apple Music, AmazonMP3, Google Play, Tidal, Spotify, xBox, Rhapsody, eMusic, Deezer, iHeartradio and many more.
What others are saying about Catapult
"...Where other digital distributor payouts were laughably small, Catapult's were more than fair and actually skewed rates in the artists' favor; imagine that. I'm glad to be associated with these folks. Their payouts are prompt (once a month on the dot) and they are accessible whenever I have questions/concerns, unlike many other faceless corporations whose empty promises of customer service fail once they get your money."Eric Peters - Independent Artist