- Títulos de las pistas, los álbumes y las listas
- Imágenes y descripciones
- Etiqueta con géneros y estados de ánimo
- Organiza tu discografía
- Editar por lotes
Set up your profile
Start making the most of your SoundCloud presence by creating a great profile. To make changes, head to your profile on SoundCloud.com and hit the Edit button.
Display name and profile URL
Choose a display name that matches what your fans will type when searching for your tracks. Display names don’t need to be unique, so don’t worry about adding numbers or keywords like “official” or “music” to the end of your name. The cleaner your display name, the better you and your tracks will look on SoundCloud.
Your profile URL, on the other hand, needs to be unique. So try to pick something quick and easy to remember. Once you’ve picked something, be sure to share links to your SoundCloud profile wherever your fans are.
Profile image and description
Help your fans find you with a recognizable profile image. Your photo will be displayed within a circle, so try to avoid putting important details in the corners of the image. You can zoom and reposition your profile image during the upload process to get the perfect fit. We suggest a minimum 800 x 800 pixel resolution.
Make your profile stand out by adding a profile header image. The right-hand side of the image will be cropped on small screens, so avoid putting important details there.
Bio, links, and tour dates
Include a brief biography or introduction to welcome new fans, and add links to your other social network profiles so your they can keep up to date wherever you are online.
If you’re playing live shows, add a Songkick or Bandpage URL to your profile and we’ll automatically display your upcoming shows on your SoundCloud profile.
Showcase your best work in the Spotlight section. If you’re a Pro or Pro Unlimited user, use Spotlight to pin up to five tracks or playlists to the top of your profile. It’s perfect for promoting your latest Album, or making sure your classic uploads are always the first thing your fans hear.