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Share your Atari Chiptune & MIDI Music on AMN Live!

posted Apr 14, 2010, 6:19 PM by Troy Cheek   [ updated Apr 14, 2010, 6:24 PM ]
The Atari Music Network has just launched a new music sharing service for chiptune and MIDI musicians. Details below:

AMN Live! is a free, professionally designed music sharing service for all chiptune and vintage MIDI musicians to promote their music more effectively than ever before! Within minutes, you can create a profile and begin adding your songs or albums for other members to listen, rate and comment on. You can include cover art, profile pics, videos, and discography data as well as written reviews, lyrics and chords for every song you add! You can even associate your music with other registered artists for cross-promotion and collaborative projects. If that wasn't enough, you can publish personalized playlists of your favorite songs so others can discover your tunes quickly and organically.

With AMN Live! there are countless ways to get your music heard and appreciated! That's why AMN Live! integrates social bookmarking and network sharing with Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, and many other major sites. There's also SEO tools to help you tag and define your music so search engines can index and rank your content higher.

Even though the service is free, the Atari Music Network is the only chiptune and vintage MIDI community that pays out of pocket for Facebook and Google ads * so your music has a much better chance of getting noticed!

You don't have to be an Atari user to join either! The Atari Music Network welcomes chiptune and MIDI musicians from the Commodore, Amiga, Spectrum, Nintendo, PC, and Mac communities to join!