It’s monday and we’re happy to announce that you can now “report” tracks on SoundCloud, so if you for example find a track that smells like spam or a copyright infringement or doesn’t comply in some other way with our community guidelines, you can let us now and we’ll take a look. This feature is also useful for reporting tracks with poor audio quality or other glitches. This is how it looks:
That’s it, hope you like it!
We’re pleased to announce that there’s a new plugin called VisualSound that let’s you embed the SoundCloud widget quick and easy on any self-hosted WordPress blog. To make the widget appear in your blog, you can write something like this:
Where “rich-jones” is the permalink for the artist on SoundCloud and “rich-jones-storm” is the track permalink. The result is:
The plugin has a number of other options for embedding sets, our DropBox and even the Cloudplayer. It also has a whole configuration panel for setting default color of the widget, and more. Big thanks to Wildchild for creating the plugin!
Update: This plugin is outdated, please check the updated WordPress Shortcode Plugin here and read or recent blogpost about the full WordPress integration.
We just launched a small but heavily requested feature for companies (labels, mastering studios, producers, etc) who bought any of our PRO accounts. You can now view invoices for each transaction in your payment settings. Ready to print for your records.