Get your music on Twitch

Expand your music’s reach and get your tracks on global streaming platform Twitch. Develop a loyal fanbase of Twitch streamers and start building up meaningful fan relationships through one of the biggest live video streaming services in the world.
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How to get your music on Twitch

1. Create a free Ditto Music account.

2. Select Twitch as a store to send your music to when uploading your music.

3. Team up and tag your music collaborators.

4. Receive your Pre-Save link and build hype amongst fans.

5. Dive into detailed music reports and understand your fan base.

Get your music on Twitch

Why put your songs on Twitch?

By uploading your music to Twitch, you’re accessing an online community loved by millions of music fans all across the world. Go live and interact with your fans straight from your phone, laptop, or web browser and give your music & brand the platform it deserves. 

Open your music up to the 140+ million users that use the streaming service each and every month.

Start streaming today and build up real connections with your music fans on Twitch and create yourself a supportive artist-to-fan community on this engaging and welcoming social channel.

Why use Ditto Music?

Release unlimited music to hundreds of stores.

Keep 100% of your royalties & rights.

Access pre-save, royalty splits and lyric uploads.

Get in-depth insights into streams, sales & listener data.

At Ditto Music, we support over a million artists worldwide. We’ve been powering independent music for over a decade, helping artists share their music with fans on the world’s biggest music platforms.

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Get your music on Twitch

Twitch Music Distribution Explained

Can I play my own music on Twitch?

You'll be able to play any music that is owned or licensed by you or your band as long as it abides by Twitch's community guidelines. If you want to play music from a music streaming service in your streams, just make sure to give that particular platform's terms a quick read to confirm whether or not that's allowed.

How much do streamers make on Twitch?

The amount of money you can earn on Twitch as a streamer all comes down to a variety of personal factors, such as whether or not you're advertising certain products on your streams and if you're selling merchandise via your channel.

How do I get more streams on Twitch?

We all want to get more exposure for our music. Luckily, there are loads of ways you can promote your music on Twitch and boost your chances of going viral. For starters, check out our Unsigned Advice blog for loads of useful tips on getting more coverage for your music.

You can also stay in the loop with the latest music industry insights by joining our Ditto Music mailing list for even more artist resources.

What type of music can I put on Twitch?

You’ll be able to upload any music you hold the rights to, but there are some guidelines laid out by Twitch that you’ll have to stick to. Make sure to check out the full list of Twitch music guidelines before starting streaming.

How can fans share my music on Twitch?

Your fans will be able to chat about, promote and link to your music from within Twitch. They'll also be able to broadcast your music during their live streams whenever they play your tracks on YouTube, Spotify, or another streaming platform (depending on terms & conditions) - sharing your songs with their entire audience on Twitch.

How do I get my music on Twitch?

Musicians using Ditto can get up-and-running on Twitch straight away by starting their free 30-day Ditto trial. All you need to do is set up your free account, start uploading your songs and artwork, and let your music do its magic!

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