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There has never been a time when music collaboration has been so easy. In the privacy of your own home. You don't have to lug your gear anywhere. I wish we always had this.

Sunday, October 24, 2010


Hi everyone,

I thought it was about time I put in a proper mention of broadjam.com
It's not a music collaboration site, so it doesn't fit the criteria for inclusion on the main list. To do anything useful, it costs and I prefer free, fun sites. They do have applications for registering copyrights so you can sell your songs. Unfortunately, it is fairly pricey. About fifty dollars per song I believe.

The reason I am mentioning it even though it doesn't fit the criteria is because I have been on their mailing list for years and almost everyday they send me offers to buy songs. Many are modest offers of only a few hundred dollars per song. However, lately these offers to buy songs have become much more substantial. Many are in the tens of thousands of dollars. I have never submitted a song myself, but the numbers they throw around are interesting. What's the catch? I don't have a clue. I just thought it was interesting and anyone who is interested in monetizing might want to check it out.

PS. If anyone makes money at this, please let us know. Good Luck.


Saturday, October 23, 2010

Our disabled list grows, but so does the main list.

It's always a little sad to me when one goes. The good news is the main list grows as well. A big welcome to www.scratchaudio.com and www.collaborationkingdom.com

I have added these to to the disabled list.

Three others have reassigned to other genres of our world and are unlikely to return.