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What is your best music online website?

Right now there are a lot of online sites that cater to music lovers. I don't need to mention several online sites because they are all over the ether world. But have you ever tried one? I also have my own site, and there Youtube sites that also feature live jazz music. How about you, any new discovery?
 

daisy

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I don't have a music website. But I always listening music on Youtube, all music I want to heard I can watch it there, So for me I'm okay with Youtube.
 

bellaciao

Member
I no longer visit music websites with the advent of Spotify, but I still go to Youtube to watch the newly-released music videos.
 

Marako0406

Member
My choice would be spotify and youtube. It seems like if youtube and spotify merge togerther then they all have it, music and videos together is really cool! Whenever I search on some music these two has it all but you need to get premium with spotify just to skip endlessly.
 

Barida

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I don't have a music website. But I always listening music on Youtube, all music I want to heard I can watch it there, So for me I'm okay with Youtube.

This is something that I do as well as I have come to realize that I can have lots of fun while I am browsing on the YouTube which is amazing for me.
 

Barida

Member
My choice would be spotify and youtube. It seems like if youtube and spotify merge togerther then they all have it, music and videos together is really cool! Whenever I search on some music these two has it all but you need to get premium with spotify just to skip endlessly.

Both are good where you are going to get lots of good music which are also new. I have come to notice that it is easier to get new songs on YouTube as well.
 

ion

Member
I always listen to my favorite music on YouTube. I think it's still the best for me. There're a lot of channels which has same genre with me. I love watching some music video and playing some playlist there.
 

JackOAT

Member
Most of the time I am listening to latest music on Youtube, also I enjoy watching music videos and when I'm on the go I choose Spotify. I think, for now, this is my best option I have based on my experience with other music playing apps or sites.
 

yulicame

New member
It's exciting when technology meets music, I have several websites that I like to listen to my favorite music, Deezer, and Spotify. ;);)
 

Smithjoara

New member
What is your best music online website? The question is not rhetorical. I think it’s important to ask a few questions to get a better idea of what you want people to do with your site. It’s like asking someone what they want in their dream life.
I thought it was important to ask this question because there are so many great sites out there that I hope, someday, I can move away from them. If we can figure out what people want from us, we could focus on the part of our site that does that best for them and forget about the rest; it would free up our time and energy for something more valuable. So then…
What are you looking for?
I have to admit, I don’t know the answer… For example, on my own site, I have an iTunes widget that lets me find new music (and also links me to another site where I get even more information about new releases). But given that this is my site Michigan karaoke equipment, and my overall success as a musician, am I really going to be doing anything other than offering music? Sure! But why? Why should anyone else care about the things on my site? That would require me thinking differently about how my website should work and how it should fit into the larger world of musicianship.
But perhaps rather than asking what someone wants from their website and then trying to make it for them (which may or may not be possible), we could ask: How do we want our audience to use our website? What results do they want from us after they've visited us? What are are the incentives they need (or at least desire) in order to visit us regularly?
 

Frost

Member
My favourite online websites for playing music are;

1. SoundCloud
2. Bandcamp
3. Amazon Music
4. Deezer
5. YouTube Music
 
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