This communication is following our several shutdown announcements since April 14th, 2020 via email and live notifications on the platform.
It’s been 7 years together…
— 90,000 active playlists followed by 210 million fans in streaming services.
— 35,000 curators playlisting from Soundsgood across Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube, Deezer, SoundCloud, Napster, Qobuz, late Rdio, etc.
Soundsgood has always been free to support the diversity in our community from music editors to journalists, radio hosts, artists, festivals, celebrities, footballers, youtubers, sports coaches, independents and aficionados.
We’ve financially powered the platform thanks to B2B activities with record labels: adapting our technology to better serve artists in the streaming era. …
You can of course develop your own player, but you will need to spend weeks contacting each record labels to clear the music rights and updating your song catalog will not be that flexible. A quicker solution would be to use a turnkey webradio solution, but in the end, they can come up quite pricey and do not really follow people’s new music consumption habits.
Our vision at Soundsgood is to work with all streaming services instead (Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer, YouTube, SoundCloud, Napster, Qobuz, etc.). …
Hey guys, you have been a lot asking for YouTube Music on Soundsgood. Well… it’s done! Here are a few notes and tips to get the most of out Google’s new music streaming service.
You don’t need to convert your playlists to YouTube Music, they are automatically available there!
When sharing the Soundsgood player on your social networks and websites, your listeners can now pick YouTube Music to stream and save the playlist.
They will stream YouTube videos as usual. They can also save the playlist, or save single-tracks directly in their YouTube Music:
YouTube Music does not support yet deep links on smartphones. Hopefully they will fix that soon! In the meantime, we redirect listeners to the good ol’ YouTube. …