A static site generator for audio producers

Release page, light Theme (Tablet)
Point Faircamp to a folder hierarchy
on your disk which contains your audio files. Within minutes, Faircamp builds a complete, static website that presents your music to your audience. You can view the site on your computer or upload it to any webhost - no database, no php or such required.
Release Page
Cover. Tracks for streaming. Optional description and links to downloads and embeds.
Release page
Responsive Design
Fully functional down to the smallest screens.
Release page (Mobile)
Artists & Labels
Seamless support for single artist sites, collaborative projects, up to entire labels.
Manual > Catalog
Homepage (artist mode)
Automatically generated downloads in the formats you want. Single tracks and full release.
Manual > Downloads
Unlock Codes
Provide exclusive access to downloads (e.g. to patrons) by protecting them with unlock codes.
Manual > Downloads
Unlock downloads page (Desktop)
Soft Paycurtain
Ask your audience to financially support you on third party platforms before they download.
Manual > Downloads
Purchase downloads page (Desktop)
Generative Covers
Automatically generated covers lend visual elegance to your catalog when you don't get around to create visuals.
Generative covers
Reach your audience in your own language. Contribute translations to help the project.
Manual > Localization
Theming Widget
Interactively explore theme customizations.
Manual > Theme
Theming Widget
Allow your releases to be featured by your listeners in articles and posts.
Manual > Embedding
Embed page
Fully documented
Faircamp is accompanied by a comprehensive, living manual, written alongside development since early on.
Independent & Free
Licensed under AGPLv3+. Code hosted on codeberg.org. Strictly DIY & Non-Profit.
Faircamp adheres to these principles:
Personal, plain, small, simple, light, fast, reduced, elegant, stable, low/no-maintenance, free, independent, privacy-respecting, standards-conforming, no-nonsense.

Community resources

Sites using faircamp

While it's still pragmatically possible we'll try to document as many faircamp sites as possible here. Feel free to directly point me to new sites on the fediverse or post them in this issue. I'll be adding them to the list periodically. Please don't let this stop you from creating your own community lists, aggregators, webrings - discoverability should be in the hands of us all, the more the merrier.

Alternatives to faircamp

Thanks everyone for your support

In a perfect world, this list would include all of you that shared faircamp on the fediverse, built faircamp sites, helped friends out to build them, and so on. If you're among them and not listed here, thank you so much as well - the above is really just an attempt to explicitly give credit to the extent that is pragmatically possible in a rushed world. If you notice someone missing that absolutely should be on the list, or if you would rather not be listed, please do let me know.

Manual Generative covers Release page Release page (Mobile) Downloads Unlock downloads page Embed page Release page Localization Theming Widget Purchase downloads page Repository on Codeberg Homepage (artist mode)