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Have you tried Twitter's new music service yet?

Have you tried Twitter's new music service yet? | Music Social Networking | Scoop.it
Twitter announced on Thursday the release of its new service for music aficionados. Aptly called #music, the app scours activity on the social network to surface trending songs, emerging artists, a...
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This source may be very reliable to people in the audio industry because Twitter is now launching a new service to share your own music to your followers. I find this to be very revolutionizing due to the simplicity of Twitter's services to share information. Music posted by an artist can now be seen and shared by viewers in a matter of a few clicks. This article relates to my topic because Twitter, one of the biggest social networks, will now launch a new music service for interaction between artists and friends. 

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SoundCloud - Share Your Sounds

SoundCloud - Share Your Sounds | Music Social Networking | Scoop.it
Create, record and share the sounds you create anywhere to friends, family and the world with SoundCloud, the world's largest community of sound creators.

Via Beth Dichter
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This is a social network used by all producers in the music business to share and interact with artists all over the world. It is a very reliable website used daily by everybody whether or not they're producers. I think this relates to my topic because it is one of the widely used social networks in the business for artists to show music. 

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Myspace, Act II: A Whole New Tune

Myspace, Act II: A Whole New Tune | Music Social Networking | Scoop.it
The social network aims to recapture its heyday with a focus on music discovery, among other changes

 

SUMMARY: The new MySpace looks pretty good, Evan Applegate writes. With a snazzy new design, some deep-pocketed investors and the backing of Justin Timberlake, MySpace has a shot at re-emerging as a viable social platform, Applegate writes. "Now the reborn, a-little-bit-Pinterest/a-little-bit-Last.fm Myspace needs to harvest that most elusive of Internet resources: bodies," he writes.

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The source seems accurate in the sense that Social Network users seem to be reading and posting opinions on the article. This post relates to my topic due to the fact that MySpace will now be promoted to people in the music business to publish their own music to be shared to the world. It is an upcoming Social Network that was once really popular but was rundown by Facebook but is promised to grow and become popular. 

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Music Lovers’ Social Network Flowd Gets All New Mobile Apps

Music Lovers’ Social Network Flowd Gets All New Mobile Apps | Music Social Networking | Scoop.it
The music lover's social network Flowd, which recently arrived stateside after its European debut, just updated its mobile applications with a boatload of new features that make them worth a look.

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Via Jérôme Rastoldo
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This source is reliable to producers in the audio industry due to the fact that it is about a very popular app used by artists to sell and share music. The app allows artists to share music to followers and fans as well as provide links to itunes and amazon for them to buy. This relates to my topic because it talks about a social network where artists interact with fans and other  artists to share music and opinions.

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Music sharing app SoundShare hopes to be what Apple’s Ping should have been

Music sharing app SoundShare hopes to be what Apple’s Ping should have been | Music Social Networking | Scoop.it

Brazilian app SoundShare is a social network that provides users with an easy way to share the music they like. In addition, it also offers a private API that could be used by music streaming services such as Pandora and Rdio.

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The source is reliable to professionals in the music industry due to the fact that the information stated may appeal to music makers when trying to publish music to the public in search of feedback. This source relates to my topic because it talks about a social network that offers services of music publication for music listeners to listen to and share to friends. 

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