Music Streaming Websites

Discussion in 'Tech' started by jake, Nov 20, 2009.

  1. jake

    jake Vagabond

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    Hook me up
  2. gB dAvId x

    gB dAvId x thats what she said

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    pandora.com obviously, but they cap you at 40 hours
  3. PCDEC

    PCDEC chapel's Bitch

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    moodio.com is a good streaming site
    orb.com will stream anything from your computer over your internet connection to another computer or phone with data
  4. Jackalope

    Jackalope NNNNEEERRRRDDDSSSSS!!!!!!

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    grooveshark

    lets you picck your own music, and skip whenever you want. also, it's free. (at least it weas a month or two ago)
    jake says thanks for this.
  5. XEN

    XEN E Pluribus Funk

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    Second this, I use it every day. It still is free and has an excellent selection.
  6. theartofbone

    theartofbone Junior Member

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    You have plenty to choose from.

    Old school with alot of variety? www.live365.com

    Newer and a little more code and technology dedicated to the concept of streaming music you like, www.pandora.com should not be a stranger. If you use Itunes, turn on the GENIUS feature and you'll get a Pandora-like stream of music you like.

    TONS of diversity, even though the above 2 had high diversity? try aolradio. http://music.aol.com/radioguide/bb

    Want to stream your own collection from a windows PC to your blackberry? search for Diddiom on your favorite search engine. You have more than enough to choose from. These are just few from a HUGE list.

    Also, look up iheartradio for your smartphone. It will literally play thousands of regular radio stations that provide online streams, sorted by city.
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    tweakmonkey Webmaster Staff Member

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  8. jake

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    I tried Pandora but it dosen't work in Canada. Groove shark is working good thanks! I use it in the garage to stream music over my netbook/the stereo in there when I am woodworking.
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    Big fan of playlist.com