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September 11, 2008 / davebirss

A recording studio in your browser

This is Bojam. It was one of this week’s TechCrunch 50 apps. They say that it’s like Garageband in a browser, letting you collaborate with other musicians around the world. They claim that it’s got all the recording effects you need built in. I’m really interested in finding out exactly how powerful it is so I’ve requested a Beta invitation.

Go and see the (somewhat shoddy) presentation they did here.

Or visit their site here.

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  1. Geoff Northcott / Sep 11 2008 1:41 pm

    Hey Dave,

    Also worth checking out the collaborative music site http://www.mixmatchmusic.com.

    Interesting how they’ve integrated the online sequencer with a search facility for the sample database, so you can pull in samples on the fly:
    http://www.mixmatchmusic.com/sequencer

    You can also sell songs or even just stems if you want.

    Wired covered it at Demo2008:
    http://blog.wired.com/gadgets/2008/09/mixmatchmusic-h.html

    Hope all is going well with Unchained!

    Cheers,
    Geoff

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