SoundCloud is an incredible service. But at it’s core, it’s a social network. And if you’re like most composers, you don’t feel comfortable sending clients to your SoundCloud page to hear your music.
Composerly attempts to address this. It connects to your music on SoundCloud and wraps it in a powerful search engine. What was once a messy list of tracks, likes, comments and play counts, is now a beautiful, interactive music library for your music alone.
Filter through thousands of tracks instantly. Click on a tag, genre or use the search bar. As you narrow your track list, Composerly shows you all the relevant tags in the remaining songs. It’s an incredibly fast and easy way for you and your clients to find what they’re looking for.
Keep out unwanted viewers
You are in complete control over who gets to listen to your library. Give access to specific individuals or choose a global password that anyone can use. You’re also able to use SoundCloud private tracks in your library. This means no one, not even SoundCloud users, can hear your music without your permission.
Composerly gives total control over who can and can’t download your music. Set a global password for everyone or grant access to specific users. This is perfect for allowing trusted clients browse and download music to test against picture. You can also provide your own hi-res AIF, WAV, MP3, or FLAC files for downloads.
Your library is only useful if the metadata is clean and up to date. Use Composerly’s Track Manager to edit tags, genres, and playlists. It’s easy, intuitive and powerful.
Edit metadata locally
Download your SoundCloud data as a csv file, edit with any spreadsheet software (Excel, Numbers, Google Docs, etc.), upload back to Composerly. Your metadata will be updated on both Composerly and SoundCloud.
Why limit yourself to just one reel? Use our video gallery to add any public Youtube, Vimeo or Dailymotion URL to show videos of your work.
Composerly is a service that converts your SoundCloud library to your own searchable music library.
A stock music library. We don’t license any music on your behalf. Our interest is in providing composers tools to promote and license their own music.
The original copyright holders retain all their rights. Composerly doesn’t host any music files—SoundCloud does. We simply offer a better way for composers present them.