Music Sandbox
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Music Sandbox is a partner offshoot of Music United.  Here you can play nicely with others as you express your opinions, collaborate ideas and learn how to improve your craft and your career.   Whether you want to learn your instrument better, understand marketing and promotional strategies, win a great prize from one of our contests or just meet new people, the Music Sandbox is the place to do it.   Dive in and feel the grains of music between your toes.MU_Turquoise&Black_Stacked-for-fb

Music United is the free, online destination where artists and fans connect, where the discovery of new music and new artists takes place, and where musicians can set up a base from which to control all their social media efforts – to save time, energy and money. Less time at a computer = more time with your music.

Music United allows you to upload your music, videos and photos to one location while also giving you the ability to discover great new artists.  Once you have some content on Music United you can use the Social Remix function to push and pull content to your various social media channels.  Some channels currently include; Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram, and Soundcloud with more being added soon.  New features recently added to Music United include personalized URL’s for your spotlight page for easier sharing, youtube video embed abilities, register and login with Facebook connect to save time and the countless amazing contests and give-aways.

Social Remix · All of your social scenes from one dashboard

Social Remix

 Mosh Pit · Find new music and talent

Mosh Pit

Spotlight · Promote and share music, videos and photos

Spotlight

Music Player · Stream music from anywhere

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Access from multiple devices

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So, you can let your hair down and join our party, or you can keep hanging out on Facebook with your mom and all her friends…..  Up to you.

 

 

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8 thoughts on “Music United

  1. Not bad – a little clunky but I see what this site is trying to do. Looking forward to seeing how it evolves. It’d be cool if I could tie my Pandora account to it. If you guys running this site here get updates from Music United on their feature releases please share.

  2. Ok, I get it I think. At first it seemed a little confusing, but after taking it piece by piece I can see where this would definitely help out. Cool tool.

  3. This site is awesome! It should be on your front page here. I think it could use some work but I know what you are doing and all I can say is FINALLY! Ya’ll who see this should sign up if you have at least a facebook and twitter account. You can use them all on this one site. You can use a lot more too like Instagram and SoundCloud. Its kinda like a personal music dashboard powered by social networks and music. How can I talk to people on Music United?

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