We pay 70% commission to producers.
We also pay producers $50 extra if the track was sold with the DAW project
Withdrawal is available to PayPal and Payoneer accounts.
Those payment processors charge about 4%-5% payout transaction fees.
During withdrawal requests, you'll be notified of the exact amount of fees for each
This way you'll be able to choose the preferred payout method.
It takes 48 hours for payout to be approved.
Every new producer on our platform can set a price for his track from $249 to $499.
Once you sell a track at $499, we'll set your seller level to a new maximum price -
Every new sold track at the maximum price will increase your level with a $100
The maximum seller level is $999.
We do not set prices higher than $999 to keep our clients buying more tracks
regularly instead of a one-time high-priced purchase.
Our analysis shows that this good for the ghost production economy and the ghost
producers as everyone gets more sale chances.
Pricing and discounts
Choose price wisely.
Don’t underestimate your skills, but at the same time, don’t overcharge for your
You can make the first discount only two weeks after your track gets published because
we don’t want to ruin this market with dumping.
After the first 14 days from the track's publication date, every next 7 days will add a
$50 step for the price decrease.
Once you make a discount, you'll have to wait for another 7 days to apply one more
discount. It means that you can't make two discounts on one day.
When the discount is not applied during the indicated periods - the step is being
When your track reaches $199, we add it to Super Sale category.
Sounds complicated, isn't it? We'll try to explain simply :)
For example, let's take a track priced at $399 published on July 1.
- On July 14 (Week 2), you'll be able to reduce the price to $349.
- On July 21 (Week 3), you'll be able to reduce the price to $299.
- On July 28 (Week 4), you'll able to reduce the price to $249.
- On August 4 (Week 5), you can set the price to $199, and we'll move the track
to the Super Sale category.
If you decide not to apply discount at all, then starting August 4 and on,
you'll be able to use any available price (349, 299, 249, 199) whenever you
Some people just don't do discounts at all, and their tracks may be sold at
full price even one year after publishing, so it's absolutely up to you!
Raising a track to the top of the catalog
For those who set a starting price at $499 and above, there is an opportunity to raise
the track in the shop.
If your start price was lower than $499, you do not qualify for that function.
We'll automatically raise your track on the shop page right next to the last track with
a New badge at certain discount price thresholds.
New track badge is attached to a track that was published in the last 4 days.
This function gives an advantage to your track's visibility as it's being raised in a
When a track gets to Super Sale with a price of $199,
we don’t raise it to the top of the general shop list, but we raise it to the top of
Super Sale category only.
We call these thresholds a trigger price.
Select start price and see how discounts & triggers work.
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Total weeks to Super Sale - 9 weeks
to Super Sale
Producers manually set discounts.
We DO NOT apply them automatically.
Everyone has a choice whether to do them or not.
For example, let's take a track priced at $599 published on July 1.
- On July 28 (Week 4) you'll be able to reduce the price to $449, and we’ll push
that track to the top.
- On August 19 (Week 7) you’ll be able to reduce the price to $299, and we’ll
push that track to the top.
- On September 2 (Week 9) you’ll be able to reduce the price to $199, and we’ll
add it to Super Sale category and raise it to the top of Super Sale, NOT in the
general shop list.
We hope this makes sense!
Still have any questions?
Feel free to ask them to our support team. We will give answers as soon as possible.