Teesounds

Turn any SoundCloud song into a sound wave you can wear

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Daniel
Maker
Teesounds / sm2wp / Fotostat
I just launched Teesounds a week ago after spending some time on it as a little side project as it was something I was personally interested in. You fine folks may also be interested, I mean who doesn't like music and tshirts?! Happy to answer any questions.
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Michael SitverI build things
@djtidau I love this. It's a really nice, personal way to express your taste in music. You are using copyrighted materials though. Do you have to pay royalties to the artist?
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Ryan HooverFounder, Product Hunt
Similar to SoundViz and SoundwaveMug. I might have to order one of Gang Starr, Moment of Truth. πŸ˜€ P.S. there are so many SoundCloud apps
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Daniel
Maker
Teesounds / sm2wp / Fotostat
@rrhoover Thanks for the vote Ryan, we actually have yet to integrate with SoundCloud (it's working behind the scenes, just need to update the UI). We're currently integrated with spotify and you can also upload your own tracks :)
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Chris UnderdownSenior Product Designer, uSwitch
Could definitely be a new interesting way in how musicians connect with fans and vice versa i.e having a song you love printed on your t-shirt is quite a statement. I love it!
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Daniel
Maker
Teesounds / sm2wp / Fotostat
@chrisunderdown Thanks Chris, that is definitely an avenue that I am going down. There has already been interest from artists in having their new releases being featured on a shirt. I have plans to also have a regular blog post theme of featuring up and coming artists with a bit of a bio and some photos of them in the shirts. (I love the look of Choosic by the way, definitely going to give it a try)
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Greg BarbosaFounder, Prayer Hands Apparel
I love this idea and can't wait to use it on something like a child's first words or me saying "I love you" to my girlfriend in multiple different languages. Heck it could even be used to visualize one's vows. Even though a product like this may not be immediately evident as to what is being visualized (ex: iOS' Voice Memos icon is the sound wave for 'apple'), it is definitely a conversation starter. Anybody questioning what it is would have to get close enough to read the track's title, or at least close enough that you two start talking. Great job @djtidau!
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Derek ShanahanVP Growth @ ExerAI.
Dig it, what'd you use to print/ship the shirts? Not by hand, I'm assuming...
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