Amazon has launched a new version of Amazon Music. Unlike Amazon Prime Music and Amazon Music Unlimited, this version is entirely free for anyone who owns an Alexa-enabled device such as an Echo speaker. You’ll just have to put up with some ads. Amazon Music Now Comes With a Side of Ads Until now, if

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If you own a Google Home speaker (or any of the other Google Assistant-powered speakers) you can now listen to YouTube Music for free. You will have to put up with ads, and you won’t be able to request specific songs, but it’s still better than nothing. How to Use YouTube Music on Google Home

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In the age of music streaming where everything is categorized and searchable in seconds, you might not think much about metadata. But anyone with a music collection knows the pain of trying to manage a poorly tagged library. This is why a music tag editor is essential—and MP3tag is the best in the business. Let’s

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Producing music used to be prohibitively expensive. The advent of Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs) has changed this. Of the many DAWs available, Ableton Live and FL Studio are two of the best picks. Ableton Live and FL Studio are pricey purchases, but both have free trial versions you can download and test. However, to help

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You might be familiar with all sorts of musical genres, but have you ever explored video game music? Music from video games is a genre all of its own, and you don’t even have to play video games to enjoy it. So, whether you want to dip your toe into video game soundtracks for the

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Apple Music is the best music streaming service for iPhone. It boasts a robust music collection, and you can use it with Siri, as well as connected devices like HomePod. But there’s more to Apple Music than just curated playlists and an integrated ecosystem. Apple Music has a variety of features to make music streaming

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