Do you use Creative Commons in any online project? When it comes to Creative Commons music — there are certainly no shortage of websites with audio you can use for any occasion.
Listing to music online has been around for some time, but only in the past little while, has it really become mainstream with so many options to choose from. It really is quite incredible – we have the opportunity to find music like never before, and listen to copious amounts of it! But there are still some gaps to fill. For instance, audio files can be embedded into webpages, but those webpages have no way to listen to all the music.
Sound Sunday aims to please the soul. Every week ten or more artists are featured with their songs, EPs, and albums available for free. This edition is dedicated to rhythm and blues and soul music, a genre as diverse as music itself. If you enjoy this edition, also have a look at RnB & Soul Music edition from September. We strongly recommend you to donate a few dollars for music you enjoy!
Amazon just released a way for iPhone and iPod touch users to browse and purchase MP3 songs and albums directly from its store. iOS users will need to navigate to the MP3 store on their device using this URL: amazon.com/MP3. The URL can be saved as an “app” to the homepage of devices.