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How can I add/edit the meta tags in my MP3 files?
You can download MP3Tag here:
This will allow you to edit the metadata in your MP3 Files.
Although we can edit the files ourselves, we don't have free time to spend on it so we expect that this is already done when we are sent files.


Please note that all of our radio station players are now getting their images from our own/new system at:
If you notice any problems please let us know.
We have a lot of images still to add so please be patient while we improve this service.

This page is very useful for looking up ISRC codes for songs. All media files should have an ISRC code embedded in the MP3 meta data so that royalties can be paid to the artist/band for their song plays.!/search

You can get ISRC codes for your music at:
It costs a little bit of money per song but potentially it could make the difference between getting paid royalties and not getting paid any.

What is the easiest way to send BlastFM Limited a payment?
Besides the automated billing system that we use for generating invoices and making payments when they are due, you can also send a payment to us directly and easily.
Just go to where 90.00 is the amount in USD that you are sending to us. You can adjust this yourself if you are sending a different amount.
We will then generated a user account in our billing system so that you will be invoiced automatically if and when another payment is due.

We are aware of an issue affecting the images on our radio station players. This is due to circumstances outside of our control. We use to get our images for the players and they have today decided that they are no longer going to allow third parties to get cover art via their API. We are looking for alternatives.

We now have all of our streams converted to be able to provide secure (SSL) radio streams. This was important to us because when we have a player on a webpage that is secure, with a non-secure stream it would break the SSL on the webpage, (give a warning in the browser that not all of the content on the page is secure), we can now play the streams on various SSL pages and not break anything, because the secure streams can be played. This is still fairly experimental, not only for us but for people like Shoutcast as they are still in development with it. So far everything seems to be working fine, please report any problems.

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