When I tried Composer the other day, I especially liked the approach they took on collaboration between musicians. They really seem to think of it like working with repositories when it comes to managing input from different sources and keeping track of revisions etc. Source: Online Music Collaboration, https://www.composrapp.com November 16 2014 So maybe there’s is github for musicians in the making, or at least there should be. What they really should do is, is provide an environment to share and collaborate […]
Composr – Online Music Collaboration
Composr, lets you record and compose songs together. Collaborate with musicians from all over the world. Mobile(iOS) and in browser recording. Sign up now.
Although I think the idea for this app is absolutely awesome, I am not quite sure what to make of it. In the end, for something real the app just lacks the functionality of any basic recording setup. Also in chrome the performance is pretty poor, even the metronome is laggy… I did’t try the iOS App I must admit. Collaboration is nothing new to music production although I admit, it is hard to find people to collaborate with on the internet. Once you find them, I suppose it is easier to work with conventional solutions like Logic or GarageBand etc. and share files and projects via Dropbox or Google Drive.