How Can I Package and/or Deliver Content to Beatport?

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We currently have only one "tool" which with to package releases for delivery to Beatport.  This tool is an application named 'Baseware Remote.'  More information about this application is provided below.
Also provided below is a link to our current XML schema (XSD).  This has been used by some suppliers to implement their own tools for packaging releases.  Please reach out to if you have any questions about the following information or would like to test deliveries at any point.
Beatport XML Schema Definition (XSD)

Here is a link to our current XSD:



'Baseware Remote' is Beatport’s desktop application that was created to simplify the preparation of your tracks / releases prior to delivery.

'Baseware Remote' collects release metadata, track details, audio files, and artwork, creating a single, easy-to-upload package.  'Baseware Remote' is not a delivery tool; This application is just the first step prior to uploading.


  • Download the application ('Baseware Remote') here
  • Once the app is installed, open the program and see the easy steps to entering your metadata and adding tracks, artwork etc.
  • 'Baseware Remote' creates one folder that collects all the necessary elements in your delivery by converting the metadata to XML and makes our encoding flawless and fast.
  • Upload the folder created by 'Baseware Remote' by logging into Baseware online and utilizing the 'Content Delivery' tab.

By using this application in the future, it will remember frequently added info and become a faster, more efficient way to package your content.



Deliveries are required to be received no less than 10 business days before the release date.


The 'Content Delivery' tab in Baseware will soon be deprecated due to lack of browser support.  In lieu of this, please deliver content directly to Beatport's server via FTP:


If you do not currently have credentials to do so please reach out to and we will provide credentials to do so.

*Must use FTP Client, such as Filezilla or Cyberduck to complete transmission via FTP.  


Please see attachments for an example XML and our complete genre list. All genres should be entered exactly how you see them on the attached list.  You can also find a list of acceptable genres at the following link:


*Again, please reach out to if you have any questions about the preceding information or would like to test deliveries at any point.

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