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SoundCloud

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The official SoundCloud Desktop app brings the full SoundCloud web experience to your Mac.
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The official SoundCloud Desktop app brings the full SoundCloud web experience to your Mac. Whether you're a serious sound professional who needs something to manage your daily workflow or a casual creator who prefers the smooth experience of OS X, the SoundCloud Desktop app can work for you. Access the sounds people share with you and browse, listen to and favorite sounds from the world's largest community of sound creators. Create custom playlists to get the sounds you need in an instant and download others for offline playback. Like all the official SoundCloud apps, the new Desktop app has a record functionality that lets you easily capture and share any sound privately or publicly to Facebook, Twitter and more.Features:- Sign up for a SoundCloud account directly from the app - Connect easily using your Facebook username and password- Record your sounds right in the app and share to Facebook, Twitter and SoundCloud - Listen to, favorite and manage your exclusive and incoming tracks in one place - Create playlists by dragging SoundCloud URLs to the dock icon, your favorites or any playlist - Find and follow users right in the app to get updates in your Dashboard- Includes Growl notifications Notes:- Please note using the app requires a SoundCloud account. Sign up for free in the app or at http://soundcloud.com- Only sounds that have been made available for 3rd party applications will be accessible via SoundCloud Desktop- Activate your social networking connections on SoundCloud.com to share using the app

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Gustav Olafsson
What I liked about this app is that it reacts flexibly to what you want. well, i'm not a professional musician, so i use the free version of the program, and one of my buddies is a professional DJ and loves to share his new tracks with us.
i think that such services as sound cloud are a healthy alternative to what the modern copyrighters consider the right way to sell music: if you love the track, you buy it. and since it is openly accessible on the internet nobody's gonna knock on your door and take you to jail cause you listened to some music.

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