Sign up, then record and upload your audio. You may also record in the browser window. After saving the audio, add a description and an image before publishing it. If you have social media integration enabled on your account, the audio will be sent to Twitter. Otherwise, it won't go out until you do.
Surprisingly, music cannot be shared on Twitter in the same way that images, videos, GIFs, and textual messages can. The explanation behind this remains unknown. Images may be uploaded or linked to; videos can be uploaded with YouTube links and video auto-embed. Podcasts can be downloaded from iTunes and other podcasting sites.
However, there is a work-around for this. If you want to share an audio file on Twitter, you can simply add the text "Share this audio file: http://bit.ly/1Q7eU8g" to your tweet with a link to the file itself. This works because many people use Twitter to listen to podcasts. Thus, this feature was created by Twitter users for Twitter users.
Sharing audio files on Twitter is useful if you want to spread a song, album, or podcast around. It's also good if you want to let people know about a talk show, radio program, or event and their tickets are sold out. Do note that only 140 characters can be used when sharing audio files on Twitter.
People love hearing new songs they haven't heard before and this feature makes it easy to share them. You can also use this method to share audio books with your followers if you have an account on Audible.com.
Locate and click the title of the item for the audio material you wish to tweet. To access the Twitter website in a new window, click the "Tweet" button. You may then Tweet the URL to your audio. Your followers will be able to listen to the audio file by clicking the link you have provided.
Twitter allows you to effortlessly submit video, pictures, and GIFs. However, audio clips such as MP3s and WAVs are strangely omitted from the party. But don't panic, just because Twitter doesn't support audio sharing doesn't mean you can't share audio tweets. You can simply include a link to an audio file hosted elsewhere on the web.
After you've uploaded music, you can share a tune by a related artist on your Twitter profile. We'll notify the artist. They can share your sound track with others if they enjoy it. As a consequence, your music is heard. And more people will come across it.
This feature was launched in Japan on February 21, 2010. It's called "Music Shoutouts" and it works like this: If you find a song that you like, you can send it to your friends by uploading it to Twitter. If they like it too, they can click the "I like this!" button next to the song's tweet. This tells the musician that you want to listen to something new, which is why Music Shoutouts work like this. The musician then clicks the link provided in the message that comes after clicking the "I like this!" button, and they will be taken to a page where they can listen to or download the song.
In other words, Music Shoutouts are sent out as direct messages on Twitter. If you have lots of followers, then chances are that at least one person will click the link and check out the song. Some musicians may even want to follow you back if you seem like you're interested in what they do. But it's up to them. There's no requirement to click the link or return the favor.