You can see your sales at any time from the user interface.

To see your sales reports, go to Sales > Reports from your Dashboard.

To see the sales trends and real-time* analytics, go to the Sales > Analytics section of the interface.

*digital stores usually provide the royalty statements with (at least) one month delay after the effective sale date

You can login at any time to the My Account section to withdraw your money.

Withdrawals are possible only if your account balance is equal or greater than (100) Euros (€).

Account balances lower than (100) Euros (€) will be rolled into the following month.

You can withdraw your music using your PayPal account.

A UPC (Universal Product Code) or EAN (International Article Number) is a unique code used to identify a Release.
ISRC, the International Standard Recording Code, is the internationally recognized identification tool for sound and music video recordings.
Stores usually report an entire month’s sales to Thaziri Music on a two-month delay.  

For example, if a sale of your music occurred in February, you would receive the money and sales reports in April.  

We post the sales reports to your account as soon as these are made available to us by the stores.  

In case you did not have any sales activity for a particular month in any store, you will not receive a sales report for that month.

Yes. Our email notification process allows us to notify you as soon as your Release is delivered.
Usually it is a matter of days for your music to go live in the stores after you complete the order and delivery process.

However some digital stores have their own internal procedures and may take longer to make you music available on their front-end retail services. We can not guarantee the exact time your music will go live in these stores as we have no control on the digital retail stores' internal content management processes.

Your audio files must meet the format specifications below to go live in the digital stores.

The audio files format required is:

WAV stereo 44.1 kHz (sample rate), 16 bit (bith depth), 1411 kbps (sample rate). We also accept 24 and 32 bit files.

From the moment a content is distributed by the user, the Quality Control (QC) will be carried out. If the content meets all the stipulated requirements, then it will be approved, and then delivered to the corresponding channels.

When the delivery process is finished, the corresponding user will be notified (by email).

Once the content has been completely delivered to the channel(s), the timing for the publication will depend on each channel, which can take from 2 to 15 working days. For this reason, we recommend making the distribution as early as possible, at least 15 days before the release date, to ensure that the content is published on the desired date.

Please note that this period of 2 to 15 working days, is extended during festive and holiday periods, taking even more days for publication. Regarding this, when appropriate, we will notify you about the deadlines for the main channels.

Stores only accept good quality cover arts with the following requirements:

JPG or PNG file
Perfect square and at least 1500 x 1500 pixels
Best-quality RGB Color mode (including black and white images)
Resolution of at least 72 dpi (300 dpi is better)

Only include text with the artist name and release title or image only with no text

Do NOT include: extra text, email addresses or URLs, stickers, poor quality or cut-off artwork...etc.  

Please remember you are responsible for the content you are uploading in the platform!

If your artwork does not adhere to these requirements, this may result in some or all stores rejecting your release.
Basically, you can assign UPCs and ISRC codes in two ways:

- Type them in manually in the interface prior to distribution

- Have Thaziri Music assign the codes automatically from the blocks you assign. In this case, UPC and ISRC codes are assigned during the distribution process (they cannot be assigned automatically prior to distribution.)

Thaziri Music can be configured to assign your own UPC and ISRC blocks.