Posts with tag collaboration

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Creating a Virtual Performance in 4 Easy Steps

Understanding how to create an incredible remote, collaborative, virtual musical performance is as relevant now as it was in the midst of the Covid pandemic. Matt Vanacoro shows us how.

5 Tips for Remote Collaboration For Musicians

In case you hadn't noticed, the world is in a state of lockdown and meeting other musicians or sitting in the same physical space as a producer is still mainly forbidden. What to do then?

Endless Is Hosting A Special NAMM Jam For 2020 - Get Involved Here

Jams are like live chat for making music. Jam with as many or few people as you want - find out how to sign up for the beta here.

Endlesss: The Future Of Collaboration For Music Producers?

Seamless online collaboration is the holy grail for many music producers, and Tim Exile's Endless could be the first system to have achieved it. Noah Pred finds out how.

Soundation, Online DAW, Reveals New Studio And Design Plus 300% Performance Boost

A major upgrade to the free online DAW and music making system brings huge performance gains, as well as new features and capabilities. Here's all the details.

Bounce Boss Is A New Way To Collaborate, Transfer And Store Audio Files Online

No more wasting precious time searching through files, emails and texts. Could Bounce Boss solve the world's online musical collaboration woes?

Review: BandLab, Cloud-Based DAW That Could Change Everything

If you thought that online DAWs were a pale imitation of the real thing, BandLab may very well be the one that makes you change your mind.

BandLab Cloud Platform Makes It Easy To Capture and Collaborate on Music

BandLab is a cloud platform where musicians and fans create music, collaborate and engage with each other across the globe... or across the room. It can be run via iOS, Android and your web browser.

ROLI Acquire Blend.io - Focusing on Social Music Making Collaboration

ROLI might be best known for the Seaboard and the new RISE (the performance videos for RISE really blew us and the internet away)... but they're also interested in musicians collaborating using Blend.