Music Publishing

How to promote your music.

Music Publishing Now

Music publishing used to mean having to get a record deal, or the expensive enterprise of being your own music producer. Well, times have changed, and with them so have the opportunities. With Demo My Song®, you can publish a song, publish music, and publish lyrics through our professional music and song production studio and see how far your talent takes you. You’ll have an entire team of music production specialists to guide and assist you through the process of bringing your talent to the digital world where it belongs.

How to Promote Your Music in Today’s Music Industry

Today’s market is a highly digitized one, and the fastest and most effective way to getting noticed, as well as making a buck, is to publish your music digitally. Brick and mortar music production is a thing of the past, and today’s fast-paced online music market is interactive, advantageous, and highly rewarding.

When you publish your music with Demo My Song®, you are projecting your talent directly onto a highly accessible and extensive commercial platform, networking your talent to the world beyond. We offer collaboration with the most recognized and highest quality music distribution brands from Spotify to iTunes and more.

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Publish & Promote Your Music Through Our Digital Distribution Partners

Co-produce a song with us (remotely or in person), and you will have access to our entire team of producers, session musicians, and vocalists, and we will provide you with everything you need to release your music commercially. Our goal is simplify the process of distributing your music, leaving you with more time to do what you do best – write songs.

Join our songwriting community and start publishing your songs today! You will get a fully produced and mastered recording of your song, original album artwork, submission to iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Spotify and more. You make the music, we make it come to life.

What About Music Copyright?

Music Publishing Agreement Options


Co-publish your song with us (50/50 split of copyright) and join our label, 5050songs. This option includes song mastering, original album artwork, and world-wide distribution.


Work For Hire means that you retain the copyright. With this option we are just providing production services and not assisting with marketing the song.

Meet the Songwriting & Production Team

Artist Testimonials


Cindy Akana – Washington

“I’ve produced over 10 songs with Demo My Song now – working with them is always a great experience!”


Mark Harper – Delaware

Wow! This is awesome. It’s a powerful feeling to see something you wrote come to life. You guys are great!


Elodie – Australia

Amazing, love them! So happy with them thank you! 


Tobias Weiss – California

Just finished my third song. Love Brent’s voice and really appreciate Trystan’s focus on getting it right for me. Thanks!

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Music Publishing F.A.Q.’s

How do I publish my song?

Send us your rough demo, lyrics only, or even a vocal melody recorded on your phone… we can work with pretty much anything you have to start with in order to create a recording. When it’s done you can market the song however you wish, or you can apply to co-publish with our label, 5050songs.

What do I receive as a paying customer?

When you hire Demo My Song to co-produce a song with you,  you get a CD quality wav file and mp3 of the both the instrumental and vocal mixes of your song.  Sheet music may be purchased optionally and stems are available upon request.  You may download a copy of your signed Work For Hire or Co-Publishing agreement directly from your “artist portal” page at your convenience.

Who keeps the rights to the music?

You decide.  We offer two agreements types: Co-Publishing Agreements (50/50 copyright split) or Work For Hire Agreements (you get 100% of the rights).  When you co-publish your songs we also provide mastering, album artwork, and distribution via iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and more (90+ sites).

How long does it take?

Most songwriting and recording projects are completed within 1-2 weeks from the time you place your order.

How much does it cost?