Deliver Tracks

Traxfree offers both labels and artists the opportunity to prepare and upload music for free on portals like Spotify, Apple Music and Deezer. To have access to these features, log in to our website. If you do not have an account yet, you can register fast and easy.


  • When you upload your music, you give us permission to digitally distribute and sell to service -and distribution-providers. You will always be the master of your own music.

  • We will never claim any publishing rights.

  • We will place your music on the streaming -and download portals and will stay in touch with our service -and distribution providers.

  • You will receive a 100% of all generated income within 3 months after the calendar year. Keeping in mind that our administration costs will be charged up to a maximum of €35 per track, single, EP or Album.

  • Is your income less then €35? The administration costs will be adapted to the earned amount. Placement via Traxfree is always free, you will never receive an invoice!

  • You can always end digital distribution through us immediately. We will have your music deleted from all portals.


Guide to upload tracks and digital distribution


Prepare before you are uploading tracks:

Audio files

It is wise to record the name of your audio file to make sure the tracks will be placed in the preferred order. For example: 01-track1.wav, 02-track2.wav… The audio files must be sent in WAV format (16Bits-44.1KHz). Both names of the audio files and images can contain characters, numbers, space, - or _ only. (You cannot use é,ä or foreign symbols like !@#$%0.)


You will need a jpg-image for every single, EP or album. This image needs to be square and preferably have a resolution of 3000 x 3000 pixels.

Barcode/ISRC codes

A unique 13-digit EAN13 code is necessary for your single, EP or Album. If you do not have a barcode yet, you can directly go to this site to retrieve a code. You will need a unique ISRC code for the individual tracks. Every track belongs to its own ISRC code. If you don't have ISRC codes you can get them here.


Step 1: Upload audio and an image:

When you are going to upload music, you will first need to fill in the title of the single, EP or album of the desired piece. Next, you will add audio files and the corresponding image, click ‘start upload’. If your image is not square and/or the audio is not in the right format, you will get an error. You can easily remove the improper files and replace them with the right files. The audio should be free of metadata (such as title, artist, embedded artwork, Broadcast WAVE header information, markers) as much as possible to avoid any interference.

Step 2: Add artist name, title, genre, credits and codes:

After uploading you will be directed to the follow-up screen. You can add the artists name and track titles. Also, fill in your unique EAN13 code, ISRC code, release date and genre. Every single, EP or album needs its own unique barcode. (You cannot use the same code twice for a different track, EP or album you want to upload).

For each track you can now enter the names of lyricist, composer and producer by clicking on the + sign.

At 'recording artist' you enter the artist name on which the track should be found on Spotify, Deezer etc. (so not your own name, unless your own name is the same as your artist name). If the artist name consists of a first name and last name, then enter the first name and last name in the appropriate boxes. If the artist name does not consist of a first and last name or if it is a band name, then DO NOT enter a first name.

If there are several lyricists or composers, you can add them by pressing the + sign again. If you still want to remove someone, click on the - sign. When uploading covers or classical music, filling in the names of composers and lyricists is mandatory.

For each track you need to indicate whether it also contains explicit content. This concerns texts that are sexually explicit, contain profanities or curses or are otherwise unsuitable for minors.

Every track needs its own ISRC code. The ISRC code needs to be filled in including dashes, for example NL-Z03-99-45321. ISRC codes can be obtained from the performing rights organization in your country. If you want to receive ISRC codes directly, go to https://www.barcodemaker.nl/en/request-isrc-codes/ and receive the amount of desired ISRC codes directly. For example: An Ep containing 5 tracks, need 5 ISRC codes.

For each track you need to indicate whether it also contains explicit content. This concerns texts that are sexually explicit, contain profanities or curses or are otherwise unsuitable for minors.

Featuring artists:

You can separate names by using the ‘&’ when multiple artists take part in a track. By using the ‘&’ portals will also recognize both artist names separately. For example: Coldplay featuring Rihanna can be filled in best as Coldplay & Rihanna.

When you are sure everything is filled in correctly and complete, you can click the send portals button. You will receive a confirmation email.

If you have any problems uploading your music, send a message via the contact form. Look at our FAQs on our website.