When uploading a mix or remix to the MixBANK platform, you will have the opportunity to choose the music services you'd like to distribute to. Below you'll learn our team's pick of best practices recommended for DJs, producers, and managers wanting to distribute to Spotify.

Audio requirements

File type: FLAC or WAV; MP3s/AACs aren’t accepted by Spotify. 

Remixes status: Spotify is actively supporting the distribution of remixes via MixBANK.

Mixes status: Coming in 2017.
 

Artwork requirements 

Auto-generate Artwork: MixBANK requires DJs to auto-generate high-quality artwork based on the details you provide during upload. Auto generated is mandatory due to Spotify's strict artwork guidelines.

Data requirements

Original track title: Every upload must include the track title of the original master recording used for the remix.

Original artist(s): Enter the name of every primary artist on the original track you remix; separate by commas.

Feature artist(s): If the original track includes feature artists, it is required to include that information with your remix; separate by commas.

Additional DJs: Optional; If there were multiple remixers on the track, include their names, you do not need to add your own alias here.

Tracklist: Tracks used within a mix must be 100% identified in order to ensure delivery. You are not required to add a tracklist, however, we recommend doing so as much as possible. To find out more about supplying your tracklists, click here.

What's next?

Log into your MixBANK dashboard and start uploading! Once your upload has been submitted, our team will take care of all the heavy lifting as we work to sign up more labels and publishers to help clear more content. As soon as all of the content is cleared, you will be notified.

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