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How can I stop hearing other people's work immediately after one of my tracks?

  • 8 November 2016
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Hi. I'm all for getting people heard... especially if they're people I'm following. But when I send someone (for instance, via a link on Facebook) to hear one of my tracks, and they click on it because they are interested... how can I stop a cavalcade of unknown producer's tracks from playing after mine concludes? I use Soundcloud for marketing purposes... not so much for the purpose of forwarding the Soundcloud agenda.

Any suggestions would be helpful.

John F
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Best answer by Mathis 18 April 2017, 16:35

Hi there John F,

In case this is still relevant (going through a bunch of old topics at the moment), you could set a track to private and share the secret link. This way, no related tracks would be played afterwards.

Cheers
Mathis

https://help.soundcloud.com/hc/en-us/articles/115003450427-Sharing-a-private-track-or-playlist-within-SoundCloud
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Hi there John F,

In case this is still relevant (going through a bunch of old topics at the moment), you could set a track to private and share the secret link. This way, no related tracks would be played afterwards.

Cheers
Mathis

https://help.soundcloud.com/hc/en-us/articles/115003450427-Sharing-a-private-track-or-playlist-within-SoundCloud

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