Yes. You will need to follow these steps carefully in order to re-release music you’ve previously released with Ditto Music.



  1. Find all meta data and original files associated with the music you’d like to re-release.

 

This includes:


  • ISRC codes & UPC code

  • Artist names & track titles

  • Original audio files

 

It’s really important all of this information is EXACTLY the same as your original release when you re-upload your music to Ditto, so make a note of it, double-check everything and keep it somewhere safe.

 

  1. Issue a takedown request for the existing release.

 

Before you can re-release music through Ditto, you’ll need to take down the existing release.

 

You can do this by scrolling down to My Releases on the My Music section of your Ditto dashboard, clicking the Complete tab, and selecting Takedown from the dropdown menu next to the release in question.



 

Takedowns will usually require between 2 - 4 weeks to be removed from all stores. If you need a release removed urgently, please contact support@dittomusic.com


 

  1. Re-upload the release using the same Ditto account and metadata   



Once your takedown request has been processed and your release is no longer live in stores, you can reupload your music as a re-release through the same Ditto Music account.

 

Remember to upload the release with the exact same metadata you made a note of earlier, including ISRC & UPC codes, artist names and track titles, as well as the original audio files.