Audiomack pays master and composition royalties.
Audiomack is a music streaming platform that is on the rise. Audiomack is very similar to Soundcloud, but has a stronger hip hop audience.
Currently, Audiomack is allowing artists and labels to generate royalties from Sound Recording streamed on Audiomack.
At this stage they aren’t offering any payouts for publishing royalties, but we hope this will change over the next year or so.
Audiomack is a completely free platform for content creators to share their music without limitations or restrictions. It focuses exclusively on new, independent, and up-and-coming artists. They are not a full-catalog streaming service like Spotify and Apple Music, and do not plan to ever become one.
In the same way that you use social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram to promote your music, Audiomack can be used alongside Spotify, SoundCloud, and other digital services to host, share, market, and track your work. (Everything from embeddable players to advanced stats is gratis with its artist-friendly accounts.)
Audiomack doesn’t charge listeners either, although they do offer premium subscriptions to anyone who’d like to stream ad-free, high-quality music and download entire playlists within Audiomack’s mobile app.