I’m testing out SoundCloud – a music sharing and distribution service – and I’d like to see if it could be a useful tool for letting Synthtopia readers get their music heard. If you haven’t tried out SoundCloud, it’s a site that lets you upload your tracks and then share them via websites, blogs, email,… Read More Get Your Music Heard
Music sharing startup SoundCloud has added the a new feature that lets you “tweet” the tracks that you share. When you tweet them, your tracks are posted straight to Twitter, a microblogging site. Tracks are tweeted from the share-box above each track: Click here to see how it looks on Twitter.
This video demos how to create and upload a remix project to Koblo.com. Music by Mankind is Obsolete.
SoundCloud – a free file sharing service for musicians – has added a Creative Commons option, so you can share music in ways that let others freely copy it: The CC license support on SoundCloud is pretty straight-forward. You can pick a license when you upload a track, and you can set a default license… Read More SoundCloud Adds Creative Commons Support
SoundCloud is a new music site designed to let you move music fast & easy. The platform takes the daily hassle out of receiving, sending & distributing music for artists, record labels & other music professionals.
JamJunky has launched a new site designed to make it easy for you to upload music that you’ve created and get feedback from others. Here is how JamJunky works: Upload your song and put in all of the information related to the song Send the song to your friends using a special encoded link Friends… Read More JamJunky Lets You Get Feedback On Your Music