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Started by: braingain on May 20, 2008

The internet has rocked the music industry. Radio has given way to iTunes and MySpace - and bands and fans benefit with more music offerings than ever before. Through social sites, local talents are finding larger audiences, music fans are finding others who share similar tastes, and blogs are turning some fans into tastemakers. ( Edited by braingain )  

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iTunes is a proprietary digital media player application, introduced by Apple Inc. on January 9, 2001,[2] at the Macworld Expo in San Francisco.[3] The latest version, iTunes 8, was announced at Apple's September 2008 keynote Let's Rock. The application is used for playing and organizing digital music and video files. The program is also an interface to manage the contents on Apple's popular iPod digital media players as well as the iPhone. Additionally, iTunes can connect to the iTunes Store via the Internet to purchase and download music, music videos, television shows, applications, iPod games, audiobooks, various podcasts, feature length films and movie rentals (not available in all countries), and ringtones (available only in the USA). It is also used to download applications for the iPhone and iPod touch as long as they are running the 2.X firmware.[4]


Pandora is an automated music recommendation and Internet radio service created by the Music Genome Project. Users enter a song or artist that they enjoy, and the service responds by playing selections that are musically similar. Users provide feedback on approval or disapproval — which Pandora takes into account for future selections.


With more than a million members worldwide, highly customizable pages, and free bandwidth to post MP3s, there simply isn’t a better place to promote your band, venue, or event than MySpace. MySpace offers high levels of customization that allows for sleeker designs with all the inherent usability of the basic page. Oh, and bands, let us download some of your songs directly from your page. A few free MP3s can bring a lot of new fans.


iLike is a social networking site that connects people solely by musical tastes. You can discover your musical compatibility with others, share playlists, and recommend songs. And iLike offers lots of free mp3s to download. It’s a great place to discover new music and meet people who dig what you dig. There’s also a nifty widget available for your Facebook profile.


The next best thing to MySpace for music is Touting itself as “the Social Music Revolution,”’s original contribution is the Audioscrobbler, a plug-in for your computer music player that tracks the songs you’ve played and sends the data directly to your dashboard to connect you to “neighbors” with similar tastes, suggest new music, and rank your favorite songs. plays well with MySpace and Facebook too.


im not just saying this cuz hes my bro hes got alot of good music


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I love reverbnation as a musician to manage my fans and track my listens but as a listener I tend to really rely on the aggregation of media and user reviews at it's usually on the money since it's aggregate score.

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