Yes, until the internet “goes underground” (as many good things noticeably tend to) you can have a toneden site for free. Simteks hit me up about this shit, and it seems pretty cool. Check out his toneden site (and yes, I purposely left the ‘toneden’ up-capitalized, in a complimentary way, as it looks like they might join the ranks of other major websites that becomes so ingrained and ubiquitous in culture that everyone eventually forget that it’s an actual company).
From the looks of it, you can make it pretty clean-looking, and I know I’m eventually gonna have to get one for myself for a few different projects I’ve got going. And with soundcloud starting to suck a little bit, maybe it’ll be good to incorporate this shit now before people get lost trying to find your music.
It looks pretty cool, and tbh it looks sorta like something me and Simteks were putting together a year or so ago, but kudos to them for actually fnishing it! (Sadly, me and Sims didn’t :( )
In their own words:
Beautiful artist profiles.
A ToneDen profile makes sure your best stuff is put forward for everyone to see. Content from your SoundCloud, Facebook, and Twitter is neatly organized and presented so fans or industry pros can get a complete snapshot of your talent in one place.
Of course, I chose to put a print screen image of Simtek’s toneden site up there, cuz the one on the main page at toneden’s features page has an annoying looking duo who “dabble” in electronic music when they’re not “watching softcore porno” in their spare time, or whatever.
I guess they’e not really that annoying, maybe I’ve just been in a weird mood. Anyway, enjoy the toneden!