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Absolutely yes. You own 100% of the rights to any piece of music you upload. TuneSick acts as a hosting platform for your music, we not a record label or publishing house. There are no fees to use the service unless you choose to upgrade your account and take advantage of more of what we have to offer.
Uploading music can be done by clicking âUploadâ in the top left hand corner of the screen.
1. Click âupload singleâ or âupload albumâ.
2. Upload a image for the song, be sure to include the title, description, tags, genre, whether to allow downloads or not, and if you want to charge a price for the song.
Charging a price for the song will mean users can only listen to a short snippet (preview) of the song before they have to purchase it. Allowing downloads will allow Pro members to download the track if they want to listen to it offline.
Please note: Free accounts only allow approximately 8 or 9 songs to be uploaded. After this, you may not have anymore space and so you may have problems uploading. If this is the case you can upgrade to Pro membership or contact us for help.
There is a menu text reading 'Upgrade to Pro', click on this and you can upgrade and cancel anytime. Alternatively, you should be able to see the 'Upgrade' botton in the corner of the feed page when you are logged in or you can contact us and we would be happy to help.