Some of these music collaboration apps is great for upcoming musicians, why? Let me show you!
Today, many websites and apps offer you an opportunity to connect with musicians from around the word and collaborate. Awesome, right?
You can easily find a producer that can make a difference in the music industry but, you can also show your music to the world, who knows, someone important will hear you!
Here are some of the music collaboration websites and apps you should check:
BandLab is used by millions of creators and fans around the world to make music and share their creative process. Sign up today and discover a whole new world of creativity. (It’s free!).
It’s features empower you with everything you need for your next big hit. Create and collaborate across all your platforms, synced to the cloud with unlimited storage.
SoundBetter gives the average recording musician access to the same kind of resources as a major label recording artist laying down a new record.
SoundBetter is a unique platform that connects musicians with professional musicians, producers, and engineers who provide any kind of service you can imagine you may need while making your tracks.
How does it work? You simply submit a posting to SoundBetter outlining what you need, and you’ll get quotes from a series of professionals offering to do the job.
Audiu is one really interesting music project. Basically, it is a kind of social network. It is a smartphone application which gives you the opportunity to become a part of the large community where you can find like-minded musicians, DJs, producers etc.
It is a great way to share your projects, ideas and also get new knowledge that will help you to become a better, more open-minded musician. The app is compatible with both IOS and Android platforms. It is quite simple to use and works very fast.
Simple and straightforward, Vampr if one of the best apps for searching new musicians to play with. Definitely one of my favorites. It is actually a 2-in-1 platform, both music app, and social network, where you can pick a stranger and start with an exciting collaboration.
When creating a profile, you can select all the categories you want, so the platform can automatically suggest a musician you’re looking for. Once you create your profile, you can start swiping. The app shows you a bunch of musicians, according to your preferences and you swipe left or right.
Once you find a person that seems like a perfect match, send a message, get in touch and eventually arrange a collaboration with the person.
This app, in fact, gives you the ability to organize, review, and share notes on your mixes by highlighting and commenting on specific parts of a track.
Whether you’re mixing your own music in collaboration with your band members, or sending updates to a client, Pibox is very useful in terms of organizing and collecting feedback in one place.
Pibox includes features such as real-time chat, personal cloud storage, screen sharing, and two interesting time-saving features for music producers: a transposition of the track, so that vocalists can adjust it for their vocal takes themselves, and a system that automatically determines the key and BPM of the track.
Soundtrap is a music and podcast recording studio that offers the same capabilities of a modern DAW, but online. It is a multi-device app: It works as an online web app and as a mobile device app. All the projects are stored in the cloud, making them accessible from anywhere, and the interface is designed very simply, so you don’t need an advanced technical understanding of music production to use it. You can even record directly from your device’s microphone or plug your MIDI instrument into it.
Ableton Link is not a “long-distance” music collaboration app, but is a collaborative technology that allows musicians to play together with electronic instruments, such as computers and mobile phones, over a local network.
You just have to hop on the same network and you can start jamming with others using any Link-enabled software (of which there are more and more nowadays), without any need for MIDI or USB cables. You don’t even need Ableton Live!
Trackd is a free app available for iOS exclusively. It’s quick, simple, and highly collaborative.
The app includes everything you need to write and record your song, multi-track easily and then slap a mix on it — in other words, got any train rides coming up?
The best part about this app is that it actually completely rethinks the notion of the recording studio for a cloud-based and modular environment: meet collaborators, chat with them about your project, send files back and forth and update versions of the song, etc.
The Trackd app is basically social media for musicians without all the fuss.
It’s a wrap guys,
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