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SoundCloud and Memolane, Together at Last

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By: Corey Tate
August 29, 2011
 

I know that everyone out there was just waiting for it ... Musicians will be happy to hear that all of their sounds on SoundCloud will now be integrated into MemoLane, an online aggregator of media and social media content.

Imagine this ... you have a web site or a blog, and you upload your band's music and information to a number of places ... like YouTube, Flickr, Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, Lastfm or whatever. MemoLane will compile all of that in to one, epic timeline of goods. SoundCloud is now a part of all of that. You could have an entire online collection of everything from your last tour -- from fan photos to live audience videos to soundboard recordings. Don't forget to include videos from the band ride from town to town.

Or you could document the recording process of your next album. In-studio footage, the evolution of songs as they written and rewritten, or photos and blog posts. The possibilities are endless.

SoundCloud is a streaming audio and download platform that lets people upload, record, promote and share music and sounds via the internet.

Memolane combines a users social media feeds, photos, videos, music, tweets, posts and more into an web-based timeline of your digital life. Think of it a mass-aggregator of all you do publicly online, compiled into one place. Life bloggers will probably freak out at the prospect of having an online tool to compile all of these goods, if they're not already using it.

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