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Scratch Track

Record, edit, and organize song ideas between bandmates

After getting tired of recording songs with the Voice Memo app, we created Scratch Track - a better way to record, edit, and organize song ideas with bandmates. Scratch Track is made for people who play music by people who play music.

Medium
Scratch Track is a simple, yet powerful recording app made for recording, editing, and sharing song ideas with bandmates. Recording is super simple We strive to make the recording experience simple and elegant because capturing a song idea doesn't mean you should be required to learn complicated recording software.
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Treble

A community of musical collaborators and creative resources

Treble is a platform for musicians to find all the resources needed to create and promote their music, from Production, Mixing, and Mastering, to Album Art, Press Photos, and Video.

The Verge
A new app called Treble.fm that aims to connect musicians, songwriters, and producers launched to the public today. Artists can build a profile, mark what musical categories they are experts in (such as piano, drums, engineer, or singer), and then search for other musicians to collaborate with based upon their needs for a project and the collaborator's physi… See more
WSJ
Treble, a new app, connects songwriters, rappers, singers, musicians, producers and other potential collaborators
Complex
On the one-year anniversary of the release of his debut album Broad Shoulders , Taylor Bennett is back with his new single "New York Nights." The track came together in NYC, far from Bennett's hometown of Chicago, thanks to the Treble app, which Bennett used to find musicians in the area to record with.
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Vampr for Android

Connect with musicians, industry & music lovers alike

Vampr is an app that helps you discover, connect and collaborate with fellow musicians, the music industry and music lovers alike. Find a guitarist, singer or producer for your latest project, audition for that punk band you always wanted to join or simply discover and chat with friends around your favorite music. Play Together ✌️

reverb.com
These tools are great for finding collabs and recording tracks from all around the world.
Financial Review
Pub rockers Hunters & Collectors and "new wavers" Wang Chung have little in common musically, but members of each have been united in a boom for music tech start-ups driven by growing revenues from streaming.
Latfusa
The name of the app stems from the verb 'vamp', which is a term that means to repeat a phrase of music. Upon opening, the app is set up similar to dating apps such as Tinder and Bumble. A typical profile includes a profile picture, the user's age and preferred genres.
Tech in Asia
Australian singer-songwriter Josh Simons is a member of an alternative rock band Buchanan. He also co-wrote "The Voice Australia" winner Alfie Arcuri's single "Careless Game." Simons has deep musical roots, as his grandfather signed Tom Jones and his father set up Paul McCartney's publishing consortium for his solo career.
The Age
Melbourne musician Josh Simons has enjoyed national radio airplay and more than a million streams for his band, Buchanan, but when it came to finding the right players to hit the road he realised he needed the muso's equivalent of the Tinder dating app.
Apraamcos
Music and tech: how copyright fuels innovation Each year on April 26, the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) celebrates World Intellectual Property Day to promote the role that IP rights like copyright play in encouraging innovation and creativity.
TuneCore
Whether you're looking for a date or a fun new way to connect with your friends, there's no shortage of mobile apps being developed and released to the world every month that'll capture our collective attention and hopefully make our lives easier in some manner.
Startup Daily
As consumers looking for love trial all the various dating apps on market in the hopes of finding the perfect algorithm that will lead them to The One, the swipe-to-find-the-perfect-x model is making its way beyond the dating space to other sectors, from recruitment to music.
Dailytelegraph
HUNTERS and Collectors muso Barry Palmer has teamed up with Buchanan Band's Josh Simons to set up an online app for musicians. The duo have created VAMPR, a social networking application to connect musicians for work and social purposes.
HuffPost
"I would gig at night and, if I didn't have a sofa to crash on, I'd sleep on the (subway) all day. Then I'd gig the following night, and do it all again." -Superstar Ed Sheeran on his former busking days "We want to be adored, but what is at the core, then colors turn to gray, when the bright lights start to fade away.
B&T
In the latest opinion from Men At Work Communications, Youth Strategy Director Nick Donovan (pictured below) explores the world of disruptor branding, and how businesses can take on established market leaders and win. The Internet and, more recently, smartphones have overturned almost every industry imaginable.
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Viberate

A smarter way to explore live music.

Viberate is a crowdsourced live music ecosystem and a blockchain-based marketplace, where musicians are matched with booking agencies and event organizers. We're listing profiles of over 150,000 artists, 2,000 booking agencies, 60,000 venues and 500,000 events.

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Join us also on Telegram: https://t.me/ViberateOfficial

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Vampr

Connect with musicians, industry & music lovers alike

Vampr is an app that helps you discover, connect and collaborate with fellow musicians, the music industry and music lovers alike. Find a guitarist, singer or producer for your latest project, audition for that punk band you always wanted to join or simply discover and chat with friends around your favorite music. Play Together ✌️

Tech in Asia
Australian singer-songwriter Josh Simons is a member of an alternative rock band Buchanan. He also co-wrote "The Voice Australia" winner Alfie Arcuri's single "Careless Game." Simons has deep musical roots, as his grandfather signed Tom Jones and his father set up Paul McCartney's publishing consortium for his solo career.
Dailytelegraph
HUNTERS and Collectors muso Barry Palmer has teamed up with Buchanan Band's Josh Simons to set up an online app for musicians. The duo have created VAMPR, a social networking application to connect musicians for work and social purposes.
The Age
Melbourne musician Josh Simons has enjoyed national radio airplay and more than a million streams for his band, Buchanan, but when it came to finding the right players to hit the road he realised he needed the muso's equivalent of the Tinder dating app.
HuffPost
"I would gig at night and, if I didn't have a sofa to crash on, I'd sleep on the (subway) all day. Then I'd gig the following night, and do it all again." -Superstar Ed Sheeran on his former busking days "We want to be adored, but what is at the core, then colors turn to gray, when the bright lights start to fade away.
Financial Review
Pub rockers Hunters & Collectors and "new wavers" Wang Chung have little in common musically, but members of each have been united in a boom for music tech start-ups driven by growing revenues from streaming.
reverb.com
These tools are great for finding collabs and recording tracks from all around the world.
TuneCore
Whether you're looking for a date or a fun new way to connect with your friends, there's no shortage of mobile apps being developed and released to the world every month that'll capture our collective attention and hopefully make our lives easier in some manner.
Startup Daily
As consumers looking for love trial all the various dating apps on market in the hopes of finding the perfect algorithm that will lead them to The One, the swipe-to-find-the-perfect-x model is making its way beyond the dating space to other sectors, from recruitment to music.
B&T
In the latest opinion from Men At Work Communications, Youth Strategy Director Nick Donovan (pictured below) explores the world of disruptor branding, and how businesses can take on established market leaders and win. The Internet and, more recently, smartphones have overturned almost every industry imaginable.
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