Wix's code is so horribly atrocious
I get it. You might have tried Wix because it was free and once you had everything setup you just paid for it. Some of you get Wix because it's easy to build websites through its drag and drop widgets. The problem is when you add dynamic content of any kind including Soundgine, Wix chokes. But it's not just Soundgine, it's anything that has an iFrame that involves exchanges server information. To put is bluntly, Wix's code is horribly atrocious and it's a SEO nitemare, Google it.
So if not Wix, then what Mr. Wizard?
You have 3 solid choices, but before choosing any of these, I recommend Hostgator or Bluehost for hosting. Seriously, Hostgator has a phone number so you can talk to them 24/7 (fantastic support). Plans start at $5-$8 a month. For 99% of you, this is all you need.
1. Install a HTML template. You can find thousands of pagekits , HTML CSS Templates , you can download the kit, upload to your server and edit your details. The advantage of this is that the code is clean and there are no Wix widgets that screw with the way a website should work. Try to find a responsive design type HTML template
2. Install Wordpress. When you buy into a host like Hostgator, there's an option inside the cpanel to auto install Wordpress. How easy is that?
3. VUE. VUE is Soundgine's own single page responsive website. It's light, fast and it optimized for its own beat store. You save money on this option by not paying that $8 a month for hosting.
I don’t mean to target Wix specifically but the same goes with all website builders. I’ve been in the web development world for close to 20 years (I know, I’M OLD) so I know a little about this field. Lastly, none of the companies I’ve mentioned have paid me, this is straight up knowledge.
By all means, if your only goal is to put up an informational page where you just have text and some images, Wix is fine for that. But for 99% of you that need 3rd party embed codes, look elsewhere.