Popular music-based social community website Soundclick.com, is down with no resolution in sight. The Site offers bands, artists, and music labels a platform for self-promotion. Songs can be streamed, downloaded in MP3 format, sold through the store, or licensed to others. SoundClick compiles daily charts for various genres, based on how many times a particular track is played. The social-network offers profile pages with friends networking, photo, video, blogs, and user stations. SoundClick has also revolutionized hip-hop production by allowing many unheard-of producers to get their music on the web. If you love spending hours discovering music then SoundClick provides a huge selection of music covering many genres. You can choose to listen to the music via streaming audio or download. Most of the music is free and legal, but some of the artists charge for their creations. Soundclick is a very good resource for both artists and music fans alike.
The Website Down –Confused users woke up this morning unable to reach or even view the site. Many took to Twitter to voice their concerns, resulting in a terse response from @Soundclick saying, “The site is currently down, sorry. We’re working on it!” This tweet came about an hour ago and we haven’t heard anything since.
Soundclick can be classed as a social networking website for music. Artists and listeners interact with each other in a similar way to social networking sites such as Facebook and My Space. What’s most impressive about the website is the excellent user base that has built up over the years since it was first launched in 1997. SoundClick allows unlimited upload of songs in MP3 file format. The songs can be offered as streams only, as free downloads, or they can be sold through the SoundClick music store. Songs can be licensed to others either under a free Creative Commons license or under a paid license. The artist page can contain news, tour calendar, and information about their group/project. and you can also buy it for 50.