Back in September 2000, I got started posting our music on mp3.com. Our music took off, and we were the first group with an autoharpist to have an MP3.com Top 40 hit. Soon, I realized that there was a great opportunity here for making autoharp music more accessible online.
So I posted an offer to the Cyberpluckers that I would like to extend to all autoharpists. Basically, if you send me your album or any recording of your music, I will post three songs on this website for free.
I have set up Carol Stober, The Kilby Brothers, Les Gustafson-Zook, Mary Umbarger, Bobbi Roberts, and Mountain Fling. You can listen to their music on Autoharp Radio. If you upload all the songs from your album, you can also make it available for sale directly from MP3.com, which will greatly increase the chances of it selling.
I'll add 3 songs from any album at absolutely no cost. It's FREE! Periodically, I'll rotate the songs on the station.
CD, cassette tape, vinyl
Yes, but I only do three for free. After that it costs depending on the format and number of albums.
An MP3 is a form of digital compression. Basically, a computer program takes an audio file and reduces its size to something that is more easily downloadable.
Send me a link. It's that easy. I'll be happy to add a link. I do ask that you return the favor and add the following link:
<a href="http://autoharpmusic.com/">Autoharp Radio and Autoharp Music Tips</a>