Do you have to be a "Pro" member to set up download codes?
Per Boysen <email@example.com> was like:Cool, Matt. Bandcamp is very useful... I have three or four accounts
that I use under the same web site "umbrella", as they do not support
"label accounts". The Bandcamp free download codes system is something
I could benefit a lot too from when promoting a resent collaboration
album release. In case someone you are writing to accepts a digital
album promo package you simply send them a code that will allow for
one direct download of a ZIP archive that includes both music files
and PDF documents for text and images. Saves a lot of money and time
compared to sending out several hundreds of CDs in envelopes.
Greetings from Sweden
On Tue, Mar 26, 2013 at 7:36 PM, Matt Davignon <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I finally took the plunge and signed up on Bandcamp. My new page is
> http://mattdavignon.bandcamp.com/. Currently "Living Things" and
> "SoftWetFish" are up there. I'll be uploading a few more records over the
> next week or so.
> So far, the deal seems pretty good. You set your own prices. The site takes
> 15% of digital sales and 10% of physical media sales. The rest goes to the
> artist. (Compare this to iTunes, where the artist gets about $1 out of a $6
> download.) The artist portions go directly to your paypal account. Rather
> than take 10-15% of each sale, they set it up so that most sales go 100% to
> the artist, but 1/10 of the sales will go 100% to bandcamp.
> I'm also putting finishing touches on a new release called "The 3am Music",
> which will be available in a month or so.
> Matt Davignon
> Podcast! http://ribosomematt.podomatic.com