In our lead feature in last week’s Music Ally Report, we talked about the impact of Music Hack Days in surfacing interesting ideas which subsequently become commercial services and startups. The latest is SoundRain, which started life at the San Francisco Music Hack Day. It lets SoundCloud users easily sell tracks from their accounts for $0.99 a pop wherever they have the SoundCloud player embedded. It ties into payments service Minno, with artists getting paid via PayPal once they have sold $10 worth of music. As Mashable points out, this isn’t the first time artists have been able to sell music through the SoundCloud players, but it’s one of the quickest and easiest ways to implement buy buttons. Source: Mashable

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