And we continue with our review of the ten most famous sites to find musicians on the Internet . The network offers music lovers a large number of pages to exchange songs, find components or improve their own songs with collaborations from anywhere in the world. The last five sites, after the first part published a few days ago, below.
Rifflet.com is the brainchild of musician Jon Schwab . Under the motto of " home for unfinished songs " or " home for unfinished songs ", it has the function of housing unfinished songs, rhythms or bass sequences that last just a minute . In this way, other users have the opportunity to listen to them, comment and improve them with their collaboration.
SoundCloud is an effective system to share songs with our friends . When files are too heavy, it is tedious , and often impossible, to send them via email . SoundCloud allows us to send files to our entire network of friends . Of course, before sending anything we must ensure that we have the corresponding copyright .
8) Tune Rooms
And if music is teamwork, Tune Rooms could be a Mecca for connoisseurs . The page is based on the collaborations between users of the Network , who also have the opportunity to sell their songs through the same website . Each original composer can request the services of another in the matter of instruments, voices and any other touch that can improve the subject.
It is the site of hip-hoppers . Wemix incorporates the ability to join, record, mix and collaborate on hip-hop songs on its page . Once the song is finished, they can sell them through the same page and earn money . That it never hurts.
YourSpins is a page dedicated to artists who want to compete with other composers , although there is also the possibility that they can modify songs or convert their own songs into tones for the mobile phone.
Top photo by: Thundershead
Via magazine Wired