Everything You Can Do and See at ccMixter
permalink Sun, May 31, 2009 @ 12:34 PM
This is the list of things you can do and see across the whole site. (This list does not cover things you can do with individual uploads.)
Looking for music for a project (video, game, podcast) or just enjoyment in your cubicle or mobile music device, use our Music Discovery Tool dig.ccMixter
Go straight to the best music on the site as picked by our community member editors.
See what music is hot right now on the site.
ccMixter Music Podcast
Subscribe to our podcast channel.
Enjoy the best of site as selected by our featured member curators.
Browse the favorites of all of our members.
Used in Videos, Podcasts, etc.
See the recent remixes which have been used in videos, podcasts, albums, and around the web.
Get a more detailed view of the latest remixes on the site.
See what changes our members have made to their uploads.
Browse our upload archives.
We’ve some pretty special collections of samples that you should know about.
Browse All Samples
Go digging for samples, filter by tempo, instrument, license, etc.
See a listing of the most recently uploaded samples.
Find A Cappellas
Browse A Cappellas
Browse through our 1,500 a cappellas (melodies, rap, poetry, etc).
Create an Account
Create an account to upload new music.
Create an Account with OpenID
Create an account in one step with your OpenID.
See our newest uploading members.
Ask a question, plug yourself, etc.
“How I Did It”
Our musicians tell you how they created their work.
See what our members are saying about each other.
Search the site for specific artists, forums, reviews, etc.
FAQ and about the site (a.k.a. “Yea, But Is It Legal?”).
Help with specific questions using our site.
News from ccMixter and friends.
All the stats fit to print.
Get Our Logo
Download the official ccMixter logo.
Just For Members
Log With OpenID
Use this if you can’t remember your password.
Create new upload page.
Add new files, replace existing one, etc. on an existing upload page.
Edit Your Profile
Change your email, password, display name, etc.
Manage Your OpenIDs.
Who can email you, what you see on the sidebar, what user profile tab is default.
Get notified in email when you’ve been remixed, reviewed, recommended, etc.
See Your Profile
See your public profile.
Embed a widget on your blog to encourage people to remix you.
Share Your Profile
Embed a widget or share your uploads via social bookmarking sites.
Your Syndication Feeds
Subscribe to feeds (when you’ve been reviewed, remixed, etc).
People Have Remixed You
See a listing of remixes of your work.
People Have Reviewed You
See the latest reviews left for your work.
You’re In Playlists
See the playlists that include your music.
To change the license on a specific upload from ccMixter ask the admins if it’s possible.
To remove your account from ccMixter contact the admins
permalink Mon, Jun 1, 2009 @ 9:00 AM
This is a very good listing. I mean: very good.
To get even more value out of it - could you include a link right from the front page (top left quadrant) and/or the registration page? I think it could be really helpful to new users who don’t know where to look for this type of info.
permalink Mon, Jun 1, 2009 @ 11:49 AM
I just have to say also this is a really good list. I mean in the universe of lists, and goodness knows that’s a darn big universe, this has got to be one of the best. Well done.
Can you rig up some code so we can rec forum posts :-)?
Never mind I can give you this !
permalink Mon, Jul 13, 2009 @ 11:43 AM
ccM Query API documentation
Here’s a very good documentation page on the advanced search capabilities of the engine that drives ccM.
It’s a really tidy way to send someone a link to a selection of your tracks - say only tracks tagged “hip-hop” - without having to create a separate playlist for that (example: ccmixter.org/api/query?tags=hip_hop&sort=name&u=teru)
permalink Sun, Nov 22, 2009 @ 7:35 AM
Thanks for this summary!
permalink Sat, Sep 11, 2010 @ 1:50 PM
Under you “free for commercial use” music, I see items defined as “..embed it into your project even if you make money with your project as long as you do not use the music to advertise or promote anything but the music or a remix and give proper credit …”
My intention is to make a video that promotes nothing, but I am a YouTube Partner, therefore they will place ads at the base of the video. Is this in conflict with the defined use of such a mix?
permalink Fri, Sep 28, 2012 @ 7:10 AM
That is amazing CCmixter! I wanna explore more of it sometime. Maybe I will just see how it done by others experienced.
permalink Sun, Nov 4, 2012 @ 2:29 AM
Why you me?