How to Listen to Free Music at Deezer

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Deezer is an online community that allows you to listen to music for free. Unlike some other sites, it's 100% legal and the musicians do receive proceeds from the advertising on the site. It is a fun and interactive website that allows you to create your own music and personal profile, create and edit music playlists and meet other people with the same musical interests as you.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

  • PC
  • Internet connection
  • Email address

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Go to Deezer.com and click on "Free Registration" at the top of the page to sign up for a free account at Deezer. Fill out the registration form and once you are finished you can start listening to music.

  2. 2

    Create a profile that suits you. The profile allows you to expose yourself to the Deezer community. You can customize your personal profile, upload photos and tell other users what kinds of music interests you. Additionally, you can send messages to other Deezer users and see they are listening to.

  3. 3

    You can start listening to music by clicking on "Radio" in the left navigation bar or you can customize your music by creating a playlist. Having a playlist is useful. It allows you to add and listen to the music that you want to.

  4. 4

    Listen to any type of music you want to. Deezer offers music from all around the world. You can browse top artists from other countries by clicking the "Top" button in the left navigation bar. However, you cannot download the tracks.

Tips and warnings

  • If a song is unavailable, then you can start "Smart Radio." This option allows you to listen to artists of similar genre of music.
  • Do not give out personal contact information to people unless they are your friends.

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