13 Soundcloud Groups for Audio Production

Every musician knows by now Soundcloud is a great way to share and explore music. I share my own tracks to Groups and often explore them. Here are 14 that are non-genre specific but more “pro-audio” based. What are your favorite Soundcloud groups? Have you started a Group of your own?

1. The Singer/Songwriter Group link
2. Analog or Modular Synthesizers link
3. Samples link
4. Sound Concepts and Experimental Feeds link
5. Hardware Samplers link
6. iOS Music link
7. Creative Commons link
8. iOS Musicians link
9. Hardware Synthesizers link
10. Circuit Bent link
11. Synth Samples link
12. The Sound of Airports, Planes, Trains & Train Stations link
13. Vocoder Love link

“SoundCloud was originally started in Stockholm, Sweden, but was established in Berlin, Germany in August, 2007 by sound designer Alex Ljung and artist Eric Wahlforss. It had the intention of allowing musicians to share recordings with each other, but later transformed into a full publishing tool which also allowed musicians to distribute their music tracks.” – Wikipedia

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4 Comments

  1. i’ve joined a bunch of groups, but i never see any activity on my dashboard on the home screen. they seem to be the best feature of the site, but buried away.

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  2. Good idea and yes, we have create recently a group for some of our users who use Usine to create and want to share their work :
    http://soundcloud.com/groups/sensomusic-usine
    same idea, no special style, just musicians of all influences around the software.

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  3. I love the Groups functionality of SoundCloud. I just wish I could get to them/moderate them from my mobile devices. (iPhone/iPad) I moderate a fairly popular group called Soundscapes that always has about 300 tracks queued up for me to moderate…

    Check it out: http://soundcloud.com/groups/soundscapes

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