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Virtual collab options - an update
#2995554 06/24/19 05:36 AM
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It's been a while since we've had a look at what formal collaboration options are out there. Do any of you use any of the platforms that allow for 'real-time' or turn-based musical collaboration? If you do, link em here smile

Re: Virtual collab options - an update
Dave Holloway #3002103 08/07/19 03:29 AM
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I plan to start threads on NINJAM and JamKazam soon. Stay tuned!

[EDIT]: And BandLab, of course! That's actually the 800-pound gorilla right now.


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Re: Virtual collab options - an update
Dave Holloway #3002372 08/08/19 09:35 PM
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I used BandHub and OurJamz both but they have both folded due to funding issues. I'm in a Facebook group for Virtual Collabs though email/Google Drive right now, made up of members of those two sites. But that's more for fun than anything truly serious. Also there is Kompoz, which is more for professional work.


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