What's new in Music Collaboration

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, January 30, 2011

Music news

Hi everyone,

www.sonomawireworks.com has a very cool new adapter that plugs into your wireless phone. You could send vocals or guitar or anything else that will go through a 1/4in phono plug. It's hard to believe those 1/4in phono plugs are still in use. However, I know from personal experience that they are highly reliable and that is probably the reason. Anyone who prefers to use a wireless phone connection for their Music Collaboration might be interested.

fjam.zapto.org has started using google website hosting. I am a little familiar with this google app. Their Music Collaboration site seems very functional and active. I know that google webhosting is very secure and there is plenty of storage. It's a bold thing to use this type of webhosting for something as dynamic as a Music Collaboration site, but it obviously works pretty well. If anyone is having trouble with the cost of webhosting your site, you might want to consider it.


Disabled List News

Hi everyone,
It's been a while since I went through the main list. As usual, there were some casualties.

Several others have moved on to other genres of the world and are not likely to be back. They include:
esession.com-Seems to be a musical job bank.
37signals.com-Seems to be a internet marketing site.
artistcollaboration.com-Is for artists of paint and picture.
simplexmax.com-is a website development site
They have been removed from the disabled list. Good luck to these old friends in their new Apps.


Saturday, January 15, 2011


Here's a new one I just found. They don't need my help. They are only seven behind us on the first page of a google search. They are in most ways a regular collaboration site. The interesting thing about them is the site was setup to produce songs for sale.

That's a good idea. The best, most fun part of music collaboration without the soul strangling business side of things. This could work.