Just almost a couple of months after it launched its subscription music streaming service in the US, German startup SoundCloud is expanding its availability to a few other countries, namely the United Kingdom and Ireland. Music
SoundCloud has been popular with a lot of indie artists, aspiring musicians, producers, podcasters, who don’t have the might yet to be on most of the popular digital music services available or who just choose not to be on any
SoundCloud is now becoming more than just the place where you upload your frustrated dreams of becoming a rockstar or you listen to your friend’s attempts at being the next Katy Perry. While that is all and good, if you’re
It used to be that SoundCloud was just about uploading something that you recorded for fun, but didn’t want a video to accompany it, and so you just want an audio uploading app. But as with YouTube and its legion of video
This new app will turn you into a DJ superstar … provided of course that you were a good one to begin with. Ok, we kid. We know it’s all marketing, but this new app from DJiT promises to make mixing digital music that
Wow. We didn’t see this one coming: Twitter adding audio. Who would think that the micro blogging site would add this feature? Twitter never fails to surprise us and looks like it will be more powerful than ever.
Twitter is getting ready to take on some aspects of the music industry while also integrating plenty of music discovery and listening features into their service. According to a few new reports from CNET the new feature will
SoundCloud is a great platform to upload all of your audio creations to, and a lot of people use it to publish their own music and podcasts for the world to listen in on and hopefully gain some popularity. A big chunk of their