SoundCloud is great for discovering new music and promoting your own songs and podcasts. Here's how to get started. It features music and podcasts, and since its launch in has kick-started many musicians' own careers. Go to Soundcloud. You can either choose to login with your Facebook or Google account, which is easier but means SoundCloud will have access to certain bits of information on that account. You then have to create a password and answer some personal details including a profile name. Remember to check your inbox to confirm your. To create your Stream, which is the equivalent to a social media feed, you need to follow artists, labels or friends on SoundCloud. Obviously if you typed a track, album or playlist you would adjust what you typed in down the side. There are also suggested Who to follow on the right hand side of the home page which is good for expanding your feed.
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