SoundCloud is an online platform specializing in music and sound, which they consider to be ""the world's largest platform for music and sound"", officially came into operation in 2008. SoundCloud serves many people, with many different purposes. Some will use it to store music and sound; others see this as a great place to upload and broadcast podcasts; In addition, SoundCloud also acts as a place where musicians can connect directly with fans and listen to their ideas about the songs that they have just uploaded.

SoundCloud is an open platform. Some audio streaming and storage services have strict terms of use, creating complex barriers between users and their content. As for SoundCloud, they are always looking for ways to optimize and make sharing and streaming audio easy and transparent.SoundCloud is a bit like YouTube (of course, only specialized in music, not video) in where everyone can upload their content, and when it's public, everyone else can find and listen to it. Emerging musicians often put their music on SoundCloud; podcast broadcasters often share their shows on SoundCloud; while audio engineers (audio engineers) often upload projects or tests related to their sound.

This list of course does not stop here, you can explore gradually in the process of using SoundCloud. In short, SoundCloud is a repository of content related to all types of audio that you can easily find and stream whenever you have the Internet.
SoundCloud is basically a free service for all listeners and content creators. Everyone can listen and upload music tracks without any cost. But it also provides ""premium"" features that, if you want to use, you have to spend a little extra cost.