Best advice, upload to archive.org.
Next, register your label at discogs.
Interesting releases get picked-up.
Take your time to choose a label that gives you the exposure you deserve.
Or start your own.
Releases with bitrates below 320 cbr/vbr don't get listed.
FLAC (lossless) releases are welcome.
For now it is advertised as beta. It takes a period of time until all is nicely tagged and I drop the beta status.
I you feel bugged by a release that has been tagged totally wrong, feel free to send me a message.
Suggestions for improvements are welcome!
Glitches are less welcome but may appear now and then.
In both cases you could send a note.
'Perception is Circumstantial', and any Rating on this site is totally subjective.
Rating appears in Google's Search Results:
Pro Tip: Having a Profile Page on cctrax isn't a bad idea.
No Rating just indicates that this release didn't receive deeper attention.
Creative Commons Labels tend to suddenly disappear.
Providing dead links is bad practice.
Therefore cctrax does provide links to archive.org only.
Profile Pages are a great way to increase exposure on the web.
Unfortunately they don't appear magically.
Use the Contact Form, send me your info, or even better, add a link to all your info.
Yes. And for the following reasons:
- - They support Creative Commons.
- Their servers offer decent speed and rarely have any downtime.
- They provide accessible links to any track.
- They do not require registering.
- Their service is free.
This is not the place to look for free Rock'n Roll, R&B, Folk or Stock Music.
cctrax doesn't care about Karaoke or Silent film either.