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Posted By Kevin On March 28, 2011 @ 4:00 PM In Cool Sites,Using The Internet | Comments Disabled
I love finding music sites! This lets you listen to your favorite music for free and helps you discover more music that you might like. How do you get started? It’s easy! Just type in the name of an artist that you enjoy, and start listening!
It’ll play the music you like, but it will also start playing music from similar artists based on what other Jango users who choose that artist like. Want to add more music to your station? It’s easy, just add another artist!
As the music plays, make sure to click the thumbs up button for music you like, and the thumbs down music for music you don’t care for. However, in order to save your station, you’ll have to register.
Registration is easy. Just click the Sign Up tab and then fill out the form with your e-mail address, create a password, and then select your gender and birth year, then click the green Sign up free button.
It’ll then ask you for optional information. Either fill out the form, or tell them no thanks. Make sure you check your e-mail for the activation link. Mine came right away, so I’d head right to your e-mail to look for it. Click the activation link, and then once it confirms, just click the go to jango.com link to get back to where you left off.
You’ll land back on your station, and what you might notice is different is that there are now Show Me How links on the page in certain places. Click them to learn how to best use the site to your advantage!
As your station develops, you may find you want to hear less or more of a certain artist, you can change that by clicking on the station and then selecting the artist you want to fine tune. The options Play More or Don’t Play will pop up. Select which you want and you’re well on your way to making your station truly reflect your tastes. Note this only works for the artist names listed that have played on your station.
This is an awesome way to listen to music! I like to use it as I work on writing up cool sites or writing essays for class. I can make up different stations for different moods. I hope you’ll enjoy it as much as I have! Check it out today!
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