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“FineTune” lets you play and hear any song you want for FREE

“FineTune” lets you play and hear any song you want for FREE

If your looking for a site that allows you to play any music track you want for free then look no further.

FineTune is an interesting site that allows users to create playlists using tracks from artists they search for and select, or by simply listening to the playlists already created by others. In addition, it will “auto-fill” your playlist with tracks from artists that it thinks you will like if your playlist has less than the standard 45 track size. This feature makes for a good way to hear music from artists that may otherwise never listen to.

They have a wide variety of artists to choose from and its not limited to unsigned independent artists like a lot of the other music preview sites out there.

You can either simply select to play a single song or an entire album for any individual artist, then also using them to create a quick playlist by compiling songs from different albums or artists to hear as well.

Below you can see a quick search I did for the “Beastie Boys.”

Notice the results that were returned. It has 19 albums to choose from, almost every one that I’ve ever heard of including some of the more rare albums that they have released.

It’s like this for almost every artist that I searched for. They truly have a wide and definitive selection of artist discographies to choose from.

Here’s an overview of the process:

You have an option of buying each track or album using links to iTunes or Amazon.com.

I tried to see how easy it would be to rip the audio from each track but, unfortunately it proved to be more of a pain than what it’s worth. This site is strictly of the play and go sort, the type that’s good for compiling some songs to listen to while your at work or otherwise away from your home music library.

CLICK HERE TO CHECK OUT FINETUNE

Jared Moya
I've been interested in P2P since the early, high-flying days of Napster and KaZaA. I believe that analog copyright laws are ill-suited to the digital age, and that art and culture shouldn't be subject to the whims of international entertainment industry conglomerates. Twitter | Google Plus
derbala111
derbala111

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White Dog
White Dog

I don't know. I tried it. Everything seemed to be broken or working very slowly. Finally managed to get a playlist built but never got it to play.

soulxtc
soulxtc

Hmm whats your connection speed? I had to shut down my BT client server to get things to run smoothly

meyou123
meyou123

I could only get the stupid playlist to play 30 seconds of a song! No thanks I can go to www.allofmp3.com and get what I want there with the whole song!

soulxtc
soulxtc

Thats it? You must be doing single song preview or clicking indvidual tracks in the playlist. Once a playlist is created and "activated" you will hear all the songs in their entirety....... allofMP3 is a good alternative as well......but cant create or share playlists with others..

soulxtc
soulxtc

I'll have to check that site out............ UPDATE: "Daddy like!" THX will do a story on that site next dope how it generates embed links for each song so you can embed in a blog a myspace pag whatever...very cool

silverguy
silverguy

This site is very dissappointing... its difficult to play whole songs... it feels like i was mislead... its a PREVIEW site where i could only seem to access 30 second clips. And its a slow website with the use of flash .. and flash looks nice but is as irriating as a pick fork up ones ass. Etunes.com does a better job than this full songs at one mouse click.... Stay away.

meyou123
meyou123

soulxtc....yes....it ONLY lets me PREVIEW the songs for 30 seconds as I said. I have created a playlist but all I was able to do with it was to hear 30 second clips.

soulxtc
soulxtc

Huh weird....it let me play the clips in their entirety will go over the instructions I laid out above to make sure Im telling u precisely what to do..........if the sites changed the way it handles it music playlists I'll yank this badboy for false advertising.... :) I like the site "www.radioblogclub.com" that sebfernando mentioned and will have to check out etunes.com as well.......doubt finetune is the best out there but its another means of listening to your favorite tunes..........

infoseeker
infoseeker

oh men... i dont know why... when i click the "+" add track to playlist nothing happens as in nothing

waqas112
waqas112

i visited the site and i found it very useful but one think i would like to mention here that the navigation of the site was not good . It was hard for me to find the desired stuff but over all site is 9/10 ... http://www.funrocker.com

dorish iro
dorish iro

hi thank you for letting me .may god bless

Mimsycat52
Mimsycat52

Hello all. I've been fighting with FineTune since last year, when they had to shut out everyone not in the U.S.A., due to the passage of a new copyright law. Booo! This after the world made them the most popular steaming site ever. Good news: Unlike Pandora, they didn't slam the door shut, just took away our ability to modify any existing playlists. Still, I put a lot of time & energy into building my 12 playlists, so when the site started to go "wonky" again in January, I got mad. It seems you have to download a desktop player to hear your music now, which I've done, but it begs the question: What next? They're making the site so NOT user-friendly that it makes me wonder why they bother. I'm trying to figure out how to "capture" my music before it becomes totally unaccessible. I can't afford the ~$1000 it would cost me to buy every single song! In the meantime, I'm also going to check out some of the other sites mentioned here. Wish me luck. *sigh* Thanks for listening.

sara
sara

i love music is everything because a girl sings it and it is so musical

Michelle
Michelle

Sorry folks, but Finetune has changed their website. I have a 176 song playlist that I created late last year. Just in the last couple of weeks, i can no longer add songs to or edit my playlist and all I get are 30 second clips. Maybe the Music Industry reared it's greedy ugly head once again and put a stop to another great music site? I know I will miss Finetune now that it is all about buying the music just to hear the full song.



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