This post comes from Audiomack.
Over the past 2 weeks, we’ve seen daily artist signups increase more than 3x —and there’s now over 300,000 of you using Audiomack to share music with your fans, absolutely free. Every day over 300K listeners use the Audiomack apps and site to discover new music — so be sure to keep your profile up to date with your latest releases!
We put together this getting started guide to show you how to get the most out of Audiomack — and be sure to let us know what features you want to see next here.
Upload a song or album
Audiomack gives you unlimited storage for free, whether you’ve made 1 track or 1 thousand. Get started with uploading your first track or album here.
We’ll be launching an entirely new upload process in August, and we can’t wait for you to try it out — we think it’s going to be the easiest and most seamless upload flow on any platform.
Complete your artist profile
Audiomack’s new desktop site gives your content a beautiful and functional place to live online. Make sure new fans and tastemakers who discover your profile get a good first impression by uploading a up-to-date press photo, links to your socials, and bio.
Need to make updates? You can edit your artist profile on your artist page by clicking “Edit Profile” on top of your cover photo.
Submit your music for Trending
Every day over 300,000 music fans, tastemakers, DJ’s, and label reps go to our Trending section to see what’s hot right now. Think your music should be there? Send your best track to firstname.lastname@example.org so our team can take a listen!
Share your music with Audiosnap
Audiosnap makes sharing static URL’s when you drop a new track a thing of the past — create a custom video that automatically syncs to a portion of your track and share it to socials with one click. Start and stop and flip the camera as much as you want — everything syncs automatically and in time.
To create a new Audiosnap, open the Audiomack app, hit the scissor icon on your track, record your custom video, and share it on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.