What's the Easiest Way to Build Music Playlists?


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I remember back in the day, making mix tapes for girls. What? How can you not know what mix tapes are? You took two boomboxes, two cassette tapes… and made your own mix tapes full of songs. Now that we don’t make those anymore, the personal touch has gone by the wayside. Sending someone a link just isn’t personal. Thankfully, you can now just zip over and use PlayList.

Projectplaylist.com is an information location tool similar to Google® and Yahoo!® but devoted entirely to the world of music. Our purpose is to help you find and enjoy music legally throughout the web in the same way that other search engines help you find webpages, images, and other media, but we also add a social /community twist. We make it easy for you to create playlists, share your playlists with friends, and browse playlists of others. We connect you with the coolest music on the web, and we connect people who are passionate about music. Music is burgeoning on the web. Increasingly, artists, record companies, music bloggers, music websites and music critics are uploading music files to websites that they control for promotional or other legal purposes. Our mission at Project Playlist, Inc. is to organize this rapidly growing abundance of legal music on the web for the benefit of the worldwide music community – artists, songwriters, music distributors, and listeners alike. Our view is that the more people share their individual passion for music by sharing playlists, the more music will be created, and the more the entire music industry will grow.

Projectplaylist.com allows you to discover all of this free music legally because we respect the rights of copyright holders and we insist that you do as well. We pay royalties to songwriters and music publishers, and we respect the performing artist’s choice. Some performing artists make their music freely available on the web, others allow you to listen to only a few freely available songs through a promotional site, and a few would prefer that none of their music be heard on the web at all. If an artist tells us that our search engine is linking to an illegally posted song, we will immediately take down the link to that music file.

It doesn’t get any better than that. I can now go in, and create a playlist especially for my wife, to welcome her home from her trip. I know I missed her, and the dogs really did. I think they might be getting a tad tired of having just Daddy around. Why not go and create a playlist or twelve of your own?

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7 thoughts on “What's the Easiest Way to Build Music Playlists?”

  1. I use Project Playlist just about every min. of my life. I now consider it a necessity. Before this I wasn’t able to create a playlist of my fav music, I am so glad this was created. Now I can’t live with out it!

  2. Thanks for the projectplaylist.com playlist site. I have been able to finally fill my non-ipod up easily with only a couple of steps. Great sites.

  3. Chris – For those MAC users out there do not forget about Quicksilver. With the built in support for iTunes you can create dynamic playlists (by album, artist, genre, etc..) on the fly with only a couple of key strokes. Great for organizing the music collection.

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