@koalamusicmaker23 Same here, and I agree with you! Yeah, when I went to save my song I was extremely disappointed that it couldn't :(
Thanks! I also have a few songs with very little so I now plan on doing this. Since the computer I my family a I use is awful (SLOW, shuts down randomly, and has almost 400 problems with it) I am not going to do this until I can get a laptop of my own (Which will hopefully be soon)
I love using Soundation and I hope that I will be able to continue but I think it is wrong to restrict storage space. I would let all the other things go if I could have unlimited storage space because I was so sad when I went to save my song.
@koalamusicmake23 So Soundation didn't delete the other tracks I have, and I have about 250+ tracks saved on there, many of them songs I never deleted that never went anywhere and never will. What I plan to do is use those other saved old songs to create new content that I can save, and once that's used up, I can work on songs but not save them (but keep my browser open so I can download the song once I'm finished), though I run a big risk of losing stuff that way.
How are you able to post music with a free account when it only allows us to save 10 songs?