putting songs on the web

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putting songs on the web

Postby adrian » Sun Apr 25, 2004 7:38 pm


does anyone know how i can put my songs onto the web (for free), so i can get people like you to critique my style / techniques etc? are there any sites that let you do this without a fee?

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Postby andychap » Sun Apr 25, 2004 8:40 pm

There are a few free hosting sites but the ones I would recommend are Electromancer http://www.electromancer.com/artist.php?id=fec431062a and MusicV2 http://www.musicv2.com/artist/andychapman

These are both links to my pages at those sites but you will see what they are like. They both offer a limited free service allowing you to upload about four or five tracks for free. If you have more to upload you can always delete some of the older ones or pay for a more comprehensive sevice. It doesn't cost a lot.

A few people on this forum use the MusicV2 site. One thing about Electromancer, they check and approve your tracks so make sure they are original compositions and any samples you use are royalty free.
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Postby MagusCT » Sat Jul 24, 2004 11:22 pm

Also, I dont know if you would want to but gamingforce.com/forums has a forum called Concert Hall for people that make their own music. Just register on the site and do that, its free and there are a lot of people to get feedback from.
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