A review

Wednesday, July 4, 2018 by Iben | Discussion: Internet

Recording music is a hobby I use to escape the grind
and that is all.
You can upload your own songs, pod casts, DJ Mixes and other audio to
Audiomack to share with friends, promote your band
and also listen to streaming music there.
It is easy to setup your personal page, you can put a banner
at the top and a picture of you or your band.
Uploading is easy and you can load an album picture
with each song if you want. I have been using the site
for a few months and so far I find that the site is reliable,
pages load fast, everything works great, the site is coded well
with no bugs and hassle free. It has tools so you can embed
songs on blogs and other sites if you want to.
Here is a link to my page.

Reply #1 Wednesday, July 4, 2018 5:48 PM

Nice page, Iben.    

Reply #2 Thursday, July 5, 2018 9:04 PM

While I'm on the subject if you want to do some recording
and listening with your personal computer I can recommend these.
You can bring audio in and send audio out with this, I have been
using it for years and it works and sounds great.
Startech 7.1 USB Audio Adapter External Sound Card with SPDIF Digital Audio

You can use this software to record, edit and convert and I have used
it quite a lot and it works great. Get the mp3 converter that it is
linked to, which is a separate install.
The software is called Audacity.

Reply #3 Saturday, July 7, 2018 9:55 PM

How to record electric guitar or other electronic instrument
with your computer and no microphone.
Most practice amps have a head phone jack, and also effect
processors have head phone jacks. You connect with an adapter
the head phone jack from the amp or what ever you are playing through
to the line in jack on the above sound card. Then you connect your
head phones to the head phone jack on the sound card.
Now on the computer recording devices properties tell it to listen to the
line in jack on the sound card, play and adjust the volumes until
you can hear the instrument in the head phones. Now open the recording
software and tell it to record the line in jack on the sound card.
Adjust the recording level and you are recording with out a microphone.

Reply #4 Saturday, August 11, 2018 8:54 AM

Thank you, i have downloaded Audacity.

Reply #5 Friday, February 19, 2021 5:43 PM

Hi, I have one main question. Is it possible to get monetization on the platform? If it's true, then what about the full copyright and licensing requirements? I have a podcast on YouTube, and I had the idea to promote it on other streaming platforms. I can convert mp4 clips from there and make a whole podcast that will be broadcast like on the radio. I hope Audiomack doesn't require a professionally high level of quality in order to send your material to them. I would very much like to expand my area of influence. It seems to me that my content would be much better perceived in the audio format.

Reply #6 Saturday, April 24, 2021 3:29 PM

Ok, I tried the LMMS step sequencer it works on Windows, Linux and macOS.
I like it and I created a Rhythm and exported it to a wave file. Then I opened it
as a track in Audacity, next I overdubbed a guitar track to go with it.
I used the Startech 7.1 USB Audio Adapter External Sound Card to connect my guitar
to the computer. I then used Audacity to export my mixed wave file and converted it to MP3.
You can check out my finished song "Jupiter Flux" and a screen shot of my LMMS project here.

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