(PRWEB) October 26, 2009
ShareTheMusic.com is free and available for all the Internet users disregarding their geographical location - music fans can offer access to their favourite pieces of music to other individuals from all over the world - for instance, a user from the USA can make a Madonna's song available for a person in Spain, and an inhabitant of Brazil can listen to Chopin from a Japanese broadcaster. Internet users can also enjoy the music of The Beatles, which makes ShareTheMusic.com one of the few sites on the Web, which enables its users to listen to the four from Liverpool legally.
On http://www.sharethemusic.com users can also find Randomizer - the first in the world One-2-One Social Radio. It is a multi-channel, narrowly profiled radio station, in which users themselves are broadcasters. Randomizer, similarly to the whole ShareTheMusic, operates as One-2-One Streaming.
On Randomizer there are currently a few channels available, such as Depeche Mode, Madonna, Metallica, U2, The Beatles, 80s Collection, Rock Classics. The number of available channels will be increased every few days according to the needs and interests of users.
In addition, ShareTheMusic.com contains an expanded section devoted to the music community, in which users can create their own profiles, communicate, share information on music, and join thematic groups.
On http://www.sharethemusic.com, the Internet users can also find the extensive database of concerts around the world.
ShareTheMusic.com is a global service and is currently available in 8 languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, German, Italian, Dutch and Polish. More language versions will be available soon.
The exchange of information about the music made available by users is executed via the Global Sharing Platform - a unique application for the management of musical content. The special algorithm developed by Hicron Company insures the adequate distribution of music streams between a broadcaster and a listener, at the same time taking care of the maximum efficiency of service for the highest possible number of people.
The users of the service can share their legal music files in mp3 format.
The service works with Windows (XP, Vista) and it operates with several web browsers such as Internet Explorer, Fire Fox, Opera, Safari and Chrome.
Within two months a version for computers with MacOs and then with Linux will be launched.
Service is undergoing extensive beta testing. Its complete functionality will become available in a few weeks.
The service is owned by company DESH, financed by private capital, with Tomasz Szladowski as its CEO and co-owner.