Thursday, March 04, 2010

Collaboration in Online Music

Here's the site for Indaba and here's a report on it from Colbert

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15 comments:

Alyssa D said...

This is a really neat idea; it's crazy all the things we can do on the internet now!!

Steve said...

This site is the perfect example of both synthesizing and collaboration, but does it lead to 1+1=3? Not in the case of the song you showed in class! The vocals were TERRIBLE!!!

Joanne K said...

I think that this idea is great for people who want practice and working with other people that they may not have the chance to do at home. I liked how this idea tied into what we've been talking about in class as well as the other colbert videos on copyrights.

Brittany8 said...

I love the idea of being able to work with people you dont even know from all over the globe, on making a song. The internet is crazy and is opening up doors. Crazy in a good way that is.

Rodrigo said...

Not a bad idea, now anybody can let out the artist hidden within them. I don't know much about the copyright laws, but somebody can probably get into a lot of trouble if they're not careful.

Rodrigo said...

Not a bad idea, now anybody can let out the artist hidden within them. I don't know much about the copyright laws, but somebody can probably get into a lot of trouble if they're not careful.

Stephanie Marie said...

I think this gives the ability for people to be more creative without having to let the whole world know it.

TierraGlynae said...

This is very cool. It's amazing we can do all of these type of things online now.

LoReNa said...

Wow... the internet is truly amazing. This idea was super cool. The music sounds awesome.

JaNet G. said...

Internet has always been my best friend, It does so many amazing things that will keep advancing in our childrens generation.

Joseph Perry said...

I like the idea of collaboration being used like this, but i think it could have more applications if a related program would be used just within a business firm or a cooperation, looking for new ideas and successful ways to run things. I like music but it's not necessary to run a collaborative program over the internet for that purpose only.

Aubri_Gonzalez said...

Like what steve said, this is a perfect example of collaborators and synthesizers. Its strange on everything we talk about in class relates to everyone in the world.

Justin Burton said...

This is really neat. I totally agree with Steve, good way of tying Friedman in with the real world.

Guadalupe said...

I didnt know it existed, and think its prolly going to create some very original material, and some that sounds the same. IM sure that with anything in the music world today.

Tanner U. said...

Actually this is tight! It surprises me that no one thought of this idea nay sooner than they did! But its super cool and a great idea.