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  1. How To Monetize Your Soundcloud Streams Monetizing your Souncloud is easy. We’ll walk you through how the program works and how to set-up your account to begin earning revenue from your Soudcloud Streams. Understanding How Soundcloud Monetization Works The first thing you need to know is that Mgcash Media provides monetization solutions for content owners, artists and labels, musicians and DJs. Mgcash Media Platform gives you the tools and services to sell your music online, worldwide. Mgcash is an efficient, simple, and cost-effective solution to make the most money from your music, no matter where fans find you :on popular streaming sites like SounCloud, on Twitter, on YouTube or Vimeo, on your own website or Facebook page. Surely Mgcash Media and SoundCloud were bound to do business with each other. And, as it often happens, direct collaboration between two successful projects has given rise to another one in a row. Widely known for its smart monetization solutions Mgcash has created SoundCloud Locker, the tool developed in correlation with specifics of SoundCloud platform. For you – musician – it means that you can not only DISTRIBUTE YOUR MUSIC, but make money with its help as well. It is certainly nice to promote and share your music but monetizing it via some (reliable) tool sounds far better. That is exactly what SoundCloud Locker does. Using this tool you sell your music online. And that’s where it’s high time we gave more details (or explained the benefits, to be more precise): - Don’t bother yourself with setup or monthly fees stuff when integrating (easily and hassle free) Mgcash monetization solutions into your SoundCloud account because there is no any. - SoundCloud Import – Easily integrate our monetization solutions into your Soundcloud account - Keep track of each and every visit and play, download and earning. - Expand your fan group with ”Follow to Download” feature: they’ll follow your SoundCloud, Spotify, YouTube or Twitter page in exchange for a download. - Raise 85% revenue (hardly any other retailer will offer you more) and withdraw your money via Paypal, Payoneer, Wire Transfer or Webmoney. - Global reach, monetize any country with Sponsor Ads and other payment options - Fast and Reliable Payouts Getting Started: Step-By-Step - Sign up in Mgcash.com - Connect to SoundCloud. - Select the tracks to monetize. - Fetching the tracks MGcash will create sellable releases that will be afterward added with a ”Buy” link placed within your SoundCloud player. - And here you begin selling your music online hassle free. START SELLING YOUR SOUNDCLOUD TRACKS WORLDWIDE WITH MGCASH! https://mgcash.com/soundcloud/ ____________________ If you have any questions feel free to contact me: SKYPE: nem.mgcash MAIL: [email protected]
  2. I am a Hip-Hop artist currently living at home trying to make a living off selling instrumentals. I have been producing for a year now and have put together an assortment of tracks on the web for people to listen to. Here is a link to my Sound-Cloud. https://soundcloud.com/swizness Recently I have made over 80 tracks and only have posted about 49 of them on the internet. I have learned how to produce through my homies who own a studio in the San Francisco area. Basically my homies are currently living in San Fran and they let me come visit every once in awhile. They have taught me a lot, but I'm trying to reach further and make my own living off of producing. Through producing I have learned what it means to have perseverance and that it takes a lot to more to make have the skill level that most producers have. The things I get from music are more than just enjoyment. As for me music give me the willpower to keep living and gives me a way to put my feelings into a song a share it with the world. As far as I can tell I am far from getting anywhere with music, but I am still persistent and trying to share my ability with whom ever is willing to take notice. Right now I am Eighteen years old and living with my parents in Seattle. I am asking you, the users of reddit, to check out my instrumentals and what they have to offer. What I hope to accomplish is to grow as a producer while I'm selling my instrumentals online. I usually takes me about a one to two hours to make a beat and I plan on uploading about maybe one a day to my site. Each song only costs a dollar. Here is a link. https://swizness.beatstars.com/ https://soundcloud.com/swizness/boombasa
  3. So I don't know if this topic belongs in this thread, but anyway... I recently bought the Skipping Stone 7" by Transit through MerchNow, which seems to be where Rise Records sells all their releases. There were two options: Clear or Burgundy. I went with Burgundy. So I waited until today for my order to come in. Everything looked perfect. The tracklist for this record goes as follows: A Side: 1. Skipping Stone B Side: 2. I Told You So 3. Forgive Forget Space (For Future Reference) This tracklist was stated on the MerchNow website, and can be found on various other websites. The tracklist is listed as this on the back of the sleeve. A lyric sheet is included and has these three song titles on it, accompanied by their lyrics. And on the record itself it has what songs are on each side. Everything matched up... Until I spun the record. Side A was correct. I flipped to Side B. "I Told You So" finished playing, and then I was met with a surprise. Instead of the correct track (Forgive Forget Space) playing, "I've Never Told That to Anyone" played, a song from Promise Nothing, a different release from the band Transit. I know Transit isn't that popular of a band, but someone on here must also have this release. So my question is, is your third track also messed up, or do you have the correct one? I'd love to get some feedback! Thanks, Matt