#SCCommunity Twitter Chat - SoundCloud Marketing Techniques »
Last Thursday, SoundCloud community members engaged in a Twitter chat about SoundCloud marketing techniques.
Check out the recap with great tips, like how to grow your audience and where to push your sounds further.
We’d love to hear more of your tips too, so add yours by reblogging this post. SoundClouder Praverb who organized this chat will be hosting #SCCommunity chats on a regular basis so look out on Twitter and participate in the next Twitter chat.
Posted 7 months ago • View comments
Life After Us is a super friendly pop/rock band from Pittsburgh. I produced The Rest is Silence EP. It contains 3 songs which showcase their capabilities and versatility as a band.
For the EP, I coached them during the songwriting process and even helped with the recording session at Treelady Studio.
Listen to The Rest is Silence EP »
Posted 8 months ago • 6 notes • View comments
You probably already know that I’m a huge fan of SoundCloud, as it’s super-useful and relevant for music-makers and producers.
I use it to …
1. Find Awesome Music by Indie Producers
Music-makers tag their tracks with moods and genres - all of which are searchable. SoundCloud also features the ability to repost sounds; so, my favorite producers are sharing songs by their favorite producers. It’s really great!
2. Get Advice & Encouragement from its Friendly Music Community
SoundClouders add much value with encouraging comments and constructive criticism.
When a fellow producer likes one my tracks, I’ll check out their music and leave some feedback. And if their music is good, I’ll follow them back! It’s a great way to network and make friends …
3. Network with Friends, Music-Makers, & Producers
By following artists whose music I enjoy, I’ve made some great relationships. For example, I started following Vanilla, and we eventually became Facebook friends and released an EP together. Also, my funk band released a remix album featuring a bunch of artists I met through SoundCloud, including Big Groove, Nebulist, and Funkload.
4. Embed the Incredible HTML5 Audio Player
Sounds play beautifully on iPhone and Android and can be embedded on websites, blogs, and social media platforms.
Visitors to my website are greeted with my “best of Steve Chab" playlist …
For what more could I ask? Soundcloud rocks.
How are you using SoundCloud?