By Mike Haaren – July 31, 2016
If you like music, getting paid to listen to it probably seems like a pretty good deal. Music Xray is one of the few sites that does just that, paying music fans to listen to new bands.
The process is pretty simple. When you sign up (it’s free), you tell Music Xray a bit about yourself and your musical preferences. The site’s software then sends you tracks that you might like. Listen for 30 seconds and get 10 cents, or $12 per hour. The number of tracks you get will depend on your profile and the tracks being submitted by the bands.
You don’t have to write lengthy reviews or fill out feedback forms. Just listen for 30 seconds and move on to the next sample. If you like a track, you can click “Fan.” If you want to support the band, you can leave a tip. When you get to $20 you can request payment via PayPal. For details, click here.
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If you’re not getting many tracks at Music Xray, or you want to double up, you can also get paid at SliceThePie.com. Listen to a track and write a review. In the beginning, you’ll make a few cents per review, but your payments increase as your reviewer rating goes up. You can also do fashion reviews — Users report 30 cents or more for a brief write-up. For the site, click here.
Music Xray and SliceThePie won’t get you to an early retirement. See them as fun ways to make some extra cash on the side.
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