Help me find an audio search engine to replace Singingfish.
February 13, 2007 2:39 AM   Subscribe

My favorite audio search engine (singingfish.com), has recently been turned into a hairy filtered mess of a site by AOL. Does anyone familiar with the old Singingfish know how to coax out the results I used to get, or can anyone recommend a better (similar) site to search for audio?
posted by SilverTail to Computers & Internet (3 answers total)
 
are you looking for actual audio or just audio information?

allmusic.com/mp3.com have a wealth of information related to finding new music and album reviews etc. if you are looking for music videos, try launch. if you are looking to pull actual mp3s or download videos, the mp3 blog and p2p communities should than fulfill your needs.

the thing that was singingfish simply no longer exists from what i know of it... which is a shame. i don't understand why AOL payed money for such a great site and then just ran them into the ground.
posted by sophist at 3:05 AM on February 13, 2007


you might try mp3realm.org
it's not as good as singingfish but might help you find a few things.
posted by god particle at 4:21 AM on February 13, 2007


http://www.g2p.org/

is good
posted by complience at 5:22 AM on February 13, 2007


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