Recording and distributing a DJ mix might be easier than ever, but when you're sharing your mix online, how do you reach people? In an era of video-focused content, audio-only DJ mixes are becoming more difficult to easily share on social media. Keep reading for an overview of the state of DJ mix sharing and how you can stand out.
All good things must come to an end and in the world of music some people believe it is time to part ways with Soundcloud. In a recent site-wide takedown fiasco many DJs and producers began to post on social media about their distaste with Soundcloud. The site is being pinned down by the major three record labels as they threaten the site with copyright laws. This becomes a big problem for DJs who want to post mixes, mashups, and remixes while also being a problem for DJs when it comes to finding new music. For DJs ready to jump ship below is a handful of sites that may be your new home for music.
If you’ve ever had the urge to collaborate with a fellow musician but have run into the messy tangle of software compatibility, sharing services, and slow communication, a few upstart music tech developers in New York might just have the solution for you. Blend.io, currently in beta, is a website that enables real time collaboration […]