The app design is top shelf, and the trending, charts and playlists would be interesting if there was anything worth listening to on it. Considering nobody has made very much profit off streaming at all, new approaches toward the idea of a sustainable streaming model are desperately needed and should be welcomed.
However, the low cost and robust data reporting are tempting for the future, should anything resembling a community ever appear. Audiomack only permits uploads of mp3s, which is also pretty annoying. This is the price of free: Audiomack is a single-genre app.
As small as the userbase is on HearThis, it still exists. But without the possibility of adding sub-genre tags for Deep House, Techno, Soulful House, whatever, all dance music tracks and mixes are tossed in the same cheese-scented bag with Chainsmokers and other EDM greaseballs.
A article in The Fader suggests that some mainstream record producers value this quite a lot: Audiomack though is a bit of a weird duck. None of the other friendly publicists with handshakes and xoxos who work on the recording side of the industry have ever sent me a link to this site, nor have any artists, nor have I seen them posted on social media.
Each upload also features a link to buy and follow to download options. For larger files, Audiomack makes the helpful observation that you can just go ahead and lower the bitrate and upload it again.
God help the one that pleases the Google gods and gets a high page ranking for his work.
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The player itself is fairly plain looking but sharp. You can actually link directly to a SoundCloud stream too. But even accounting for the huge amount of Hip Hop uplods, the total catalog of tracks on Audiomack is microscopic compared to SoundCloud or any other streaming service.
You can upload by pasting a link to a track on SoundCloud, though with the caveat that downloads need to be enabled on SoundCloud first.
Registering a Google Buzz page with the same name, not so much. With unlimited uploads, data and no monthly fees, Audiomack presses basically every button you want pressed as a DJ. Both like to ask if I have any weekend plans despite living on separate continents.
There must be some script that craps out these streaming sites and apps, which have all of the character of a website squeezed out of a tube.Audiomack - The free SoundCloud alternative.
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