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In a few short months SoundCloud has begun to give mighty MySpace a run for the hearts and minds of recording artists eager to interact more nimbly with fans than is possible on the giant social network which has, for the past five years, been the de facto online platform for musicians. Sonic Youth used SoundCloud to stream their latest album via Twitter while Moby uses it to promote his latest tracks on his site rather than on MySpace. And when Beck decided to trash his so-five-years-ago Flash-based site and start over with simple pages heavy on high-quality content and light on everything else, he too turned to SoundCloud. SoundCloud sounds like an obvious idea — like every good one does once somebody else has it. The necessity that was the mother to this particular invention was the absence of a truly collaborative online environment that could replicate the kind of back-and-forth spontaneity that musicians need to feed on and which proximity uniquely enables. In the same way that we'd be using Flickr for our photos, and Vimeo for our videos, we didn't have that kind of platform for our music. Still, SoundCloud's original ambitions were relatively humble: It was built just to help music industry types share recordings with each other. But the simple idea sound designer Ljung and artist Eric Wahlforss had quickly morphed into a full-throttle publishing tool that lets artists reach fans on Twitter and elsewhere, lightning-fast, with only a minimum of effort. Unlike MySpace songs, SoundCloud's can be embedded anywhere, have no file-size limit, let fans comment on specific parts of a recording, and allow bands to share songs publicly or only with certain contacts — the sort of flexibility we've become accustomed to on sharing and social sites like Flickr and Facebook.
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SoundCloud is an online audio distribution platform and music sharing website based in Berlin , Germany , that enables its users to upload, promote, and share audio. Started in by Alexander Ljung and Eric Wahlforss, SoundCloud has grown to be one of the largest music streaming services reaching over million monthly users worldwide. SoundCloud has influenced the music industry through the success of many artists who have used the service to launch or advance their careers. SoundCloud was established in Berlin in August by Swedish sound designer Alexander Ljung and Swedish electronic musician Eric Wahlforss, and the website was launched in October A new APN was released in December which improved mobile device support and added features such as concurrent listening and site navigation, and the ability to create personal collections.
As MySpace prepares to stage a comeback, another music-sharing website is making sure it continues to be heard. SoundCloud, the Berlin-based platform founded in as a place for users to upload recorded sound of any type, be it a podcast, found sound or song, is now innovating with an impressively social iteration entitled SoundCloud Next. SoundCloud currently boasts 18 million registered users, with countless more accessing the platform daily via embedded widgets and shared links. Users can readily follow others, so their SoundCloud home page fills with audio from their friends as well as the sounds their friends are reposting. The browsing experience of Next also supports continuous listening that allows users to keep playing the same track even as they scroll to other pages.