Byta is built for music, simplifying the secure exchange of digital audio. Artist managers can share streams and downloads quickly and securely, with flexible pricing. With 10GB of upload storage, your artists’ music is ready to send when you need it.
Unparalleled security keeps you in control of the narrative. Byta’s features help streamline your workflow on any project. Managers can quickly collaborate with their artists or share music with the label, publisher and other partners.
Byta keeps your projects organised by directly pulling artist, track and album metadata from your audio files.
Byta supports the reading and writing of both ID3 Tags and WAV Tags. This helps keep audio files better organized, for you, for your artists and for those receiving the music.
Edit your file metadata at any time, confident it will always remain attached to that file.
Do you need the best way to share WAV files for a sync opportunity, or MP3 files to stream a new single? With Byta these decisions are solved by a simple dropdown menu.
Byta Supports FLAC, ALAC, AIFF, WAV, AAC and MP3 file formats.
This means you have more control over your audio files. Byta allows you to choose to upload lossless audio files and then share in the format required. Share music links in the format that best suits your needs, lossy or lossless.
Many Ways to Share Your Music
With Byta, choose between sending a Direct Share or quickly create, paste and share a link to your music using a Universal Link. If added security is required, create a Protected Link.
Easily paste Universal or Protected Links into an email, Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp or any other messaging service you use. Your link is complete with rich album artwork previews.
Recipients are not required to sign up to Byta. Choose a Direct Share, add the recipient's email address and click the Share button. Recipients then receive an email giving them access to your audio files. Create shares to multiple contacts.
Byta’s Universal Links offer you more options, better security and greater tracking insights than other platforms’ links.
Byta’s Protected Links require recipients to have a Byta account, thus offering unparalleled levels of security and metrics as well as the choice of one‑click watermarking*.
Byta has made it easy to quickly integrate sharing streams and downloads into a Mailchimp campaign. Link your Byta and Mailchimp accounts and then paste a Byta code snippet into your Mailchimp email builder to include your music.
Control Format & Security
Byta gives you control over security restrictions when sharing your audio files.
Does your artist work out of their bedroom or in a studio with a full string section? When sharing music, Byta saves you time and helps keep the audio files better organized and secure with every project.
Share What You Need
Choose to privately share single tracks, albums and playlists using the file format you and your recipients need.
You control download limits and, with a Paid Plan, set the expiry on your Shares. Plus track and report on your recipients’ streams and downloads. Far more choices than Private SoundCloud links.
Create watermarked music files using Byta's one‑click watermarking* when the highest security levels are required for pre‑release music.
Byta is super simple to use, and therefore helps my artists and myself keep our music organised. It’s also incredibly useful in terms of media and label outreach early on in artists careers, as I can track who’s received music and when it’s been listened to, which then enables me to time any follow up communication accordingly.
Tom Macpherson, Artist Manager - Yes Artists
Stop Wasting Time
Stay better organised with Byta. Platforms not specifically designed for audio sharing lead to mislabeled audio files, awkward access and wasted time. When working with audio files, Generic File Services like Dropbox, WeTransfer or Box contribute to disorganized desktops, missing information in iTunes/music libraries and hard drives filled with poorly labeled music files. Music sharing can quickly become chaotic and time consuming.