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it's an old tool that presist for over a decade now. I love it. Simple and good. by ddrnic Apr 22

Ya SoundCloud would be a good stock ! It's definitely going places ! I wouldn't doubt if some big company buys them though ! I can see Google or Apple or should I even mention the evil empire M......... by mirlen101 Jul 30

Wow interesting convo guys. Its feels good to discover new things online that keep you posted on whats up and coming by fielawinston Jul 30

Your welcome ! ;-) There are big wig music producers and CEO's on Google+ In fact the place is now crawling with CEO's from all major fields ! There's some music going through the steams but it just now getting going . Most of the compitition so far is in Photography . Hardly any artists ! Not many musicians posting yet ! by mirlen101 Jul 29

Try putting your stuff in Google+ stream ! Do a check for "music" people interested in music first add them to your circles then hit the stream ! ;-) by mirlen101 Jul 26

yeah it is very good, I like it there's also a smart little player on the Huffduffer site too, which people seem to use a lot in blogs :) - great to embed using soundcloud - I wish I could get more hits on mine, lol by guitar1977 Jul 26

This site is perfect for anyone that wants to publish sound on the web quickly and easily from anywhere. You simply upload the file or record it right onto the site and then click the share button to get the code to embed it in a web page, send to facebook or whatever. There are many options on the web for sharing sound but this is the easiest to use I have ever seen. Kudos to the makers and where can I get some stock in this :) by tazmark Jul 26

The only thing the site is lacking in is user friendliness. There's SO MUCH to hear, ya dig. by jonzee May 8 the SoundCloud. Tons of great music, and plenty of it for free. Awesomeness on a stick indeed. by strangedub May 7

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