It might so happen that you're on your computer one day, looking to listen to some neat new tunes on SoundCloud... when you draw a complete blank as to what your account password was. Fortunately, there's no need to panic. You can get a new password for your SoundCloud account by following five easy steps below.
Go to www.soundcloud.com in your web browser and click Sign In.
When the sign-in pop-up menu appears, click Forgot Your Password.
On the next screen, click in the box labelled "Your Email Address or Profile URL" and type in either the email address that you used to sign up for SoundCloud, or the Internet address of your profile page on SoundCloud (if you can remember it). Then click Send.
SoundCloud will send you an email with a hyperlink inside that will let you reset your password. Go to your email client, log in, and click the message from SoundCloud titled "Request to Change [Your Username]'s Password on SoundCloud" to open it. Then click the blue hyperlink inside that says "Click Here to Change Your Password".
You will be taken to a screen where you can choose a new password. Click in the box labelled "Type Your New Password" and type in a new password that you'd like to use for your SoundCloud account. Then click in the box labelled "Type Your New Password Again, To Confirm" and type in another copy of your new password. Finally, click Save.
You should now have access to your SoundCloud account again, which should have a new password protecting it. If you'd like, you can check out our How to Manage Passwords tutorial for some tips on how to remember your passwords more easily in the future. Enjoy using SoundCloud again!
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