There are these nice people in the 'net who create lists about music applications in the Internet. I am always checking these lists and I always, yes always, find out new interesting services that I haven't heard about before. And believe me, I live in the net, my Google Reader explodes every day with feeds I subscribe to... I am as updated as anyone can be! Talking about information overflow... Much love to Everything 2.0 who posted this list of 170 music applications!
"As you can see, I’ve been playing on my site again. Sonific changed their site, so we can add more than 1 song at a time. How cool is that? I’ve discovered I enjoy a wide variety of music. Must be from my parent’s upbringing, music and dance was always a part of our lives.
Do I have a favorite? I don’t think I do anymore. If anyone were to drive in the car with me, I’d probably drive them crazy. I constantly bounce from country, oldies, soft rock, christian music, jazz, classic rock, etc. (Hmmmm, must be where my daughter gets it from) Because of Sonific, I’ve discovered hip hop/rap can be fun to listen to, depends on the artist and the words. Of course, that is the whole point to rap, you have to listen to the words. It has a beat and a message, some messages aren’t very good, however, it’s nice to know there are artists out there who still communicate good messages...."
"This is also very easy way to add music to your MySpace profile. In this case you will need to embed player in your profile by adding the code provided by current music player page. My favorite two players for MySpace is Finetune and Sonific - you can get all information how to add these players to your profile by visiting their websites.
I must say that I recommend to use second option to add music, because these players have more advanced features and better looking design which I think you will appreciate...."
"At least that's what I think. I'm sure if you read here sometimes, you may have noticed I have lately added music to the site via Sonific. They have just updated their platform to make it possible to create playlists. Very cool!"
A nice comment about our new soundeffects, by Eliot over at Wired Blogs. Yes, indeed, imagine helicopters, atomic bombs and car horns looping at websites everywhere. We will need to invent a Sonific Web Silencer...! But seriously - be careful with that stuff. don't try this on cnn.com!