Streaming Music Services Royalty Calculator
With this music streaming royalties calculator, you can find out what most common music streaming platforms are likely to pay you per stream.
Despite the fact that Spotify, YouTube, Apple Music, Tidal, or any other platform does not provide an official pay per-stream rate, artists, labels, and users all over the world have gathered data that can give a pretty good estimate of how much you can receive in royalties from your plays. Check out the source links for more information on the used data.
How Much Do I Earn Per Stream?
Streaming royalties are fees given to rights holders (e.g., artists, record labels, composers, publishers, and so on) each time a song is played on music streaming services such as Spotify, YouTube, and Apple Music. These royalties are calculated differently from platform to platform. On traditional streaming platforms, possible factors that affect your royalties are where the user streaming your music comes from and whether they have a premium or a free membership. It also depends on whether the whole track is played or only a short part. On other platforms like TikTok, for example, you only get paid based on the number of videos your song is used in. So how much you can earn per stream depends on multiple factors.