From the Session View, select share.
You can only share a performance recording, so make sure you have one recorded first.
You will also need an internet connection to transfer your recording.
SoundCloud is a 3rd party internet service. Visit www.soundcloud.com to find out more. You will also need a SoundCloud account.
At the time of this writing, SoundCloud offers excellent free accounts. And that’s all you should need to share with your friends on Facebook, Twitter, etc. This is also how you can enter future TC-Helicon competitions to win prizes so we suggest you get to know this feature.
From the Upload To SoundCloud view, you can name your track as it will appear in SoundCloud. Then you must log in. You will be directed to an Apple Safari browser where you must enter your credentials or create a new SoundCloud account. You should automatically be returned to VoiceJam when you finish, but if not simply re-launch the VoiceJam after you’ve signed in.
After you have logged in, you can simply press upload and after a short while (longer if you have a slow internet connection or if your performance is very long) the progress bar will eventually fill up and your track will appear on SoundCloud. From SoundCloud it’s extremely easy to link your performances on Facebook etc.