Listening to music is often times a very private experience. For musicians and creators, though, it is important for us to share our music in a way that we can give and receive constructive criticism of our work. The sharing of music with a group is especially important when having a listening session for an album, mixtape or even the release of a single. It is often an exciting opportunity to give listeners, the first experience of music without any bias or pre-conceptions.
The newest kid on the social network block, Google+, now provides musicians with that opportunity through its feature Google+ Hangouts. Google+ Hangouts allows its users to set up listening parties and invite friends (or strangers) to join, listen, chat, and choose the next song they want to listen to. It conveniently is able to do this via Youtube.
Imagine the possibilities!
What if you debuted your mixtape, album, or latest single via Youtube?
How cool would that be?
With Youtube being one of the largest marketing platforms online, this could be a game changer for many independent and major musicians. If you’re on the Google+ network and are thinking of having a listening session incorporating this latest technology, head over to Xydo.com for instructions.