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7 Best Websites For Music Production Collaboration

Best Websites for Music Production Collaboration Websites

Sharing your work with others is a beautiful thing, but creating one with somebody with similar tastes is even better.

We have all been stuck in a production of a certain track. The itchy feeling when you simply can’t get pass one point, and no matter what you do next – it just does not feel right. Well, to make it all easier here is the list of some of the best websites to find production collaborators online and make music together.

Benefits of being an active member on this kind of collaborative websites are tremendous. You can meet new people, accelerate your music career, grow your fan base, receive feedbacks from professionals, improve your skills and more.

1. Splice

Splice

Besides for being great for downloading free plugins or exploring the sales of the more expensive ones, Splice created own community in which members can search for each other and collaborate together. You can also browse public sessions, stems or just preview your favorite new artist. Everything is ‘’DNA’’ based, which is their own online player, so you don’t have to open up your DAW every time you are willing to take a listen of something.

Link: Splice

2. Kompoz

Kompoz

This amazing platform allows you to produce music in real-time with producers all around the world. Whether you find a London-based guitar player or a saxophonist in Moldavia, you will be able to work with them through cloud-based workspace tools. The greatest thing is that it is free with a possibility of the upgrade (which is not essential). With your free account, you will still be able to profit if a production result is sold.

Link: Kompoz

3. Blend

Blend

With this one, you can share your music projects with people and decide who you want to work with or just leave your project open for anyone to edit their own version of it. You will be able to pull pieces from other remixes to add to your own, or just to learn the technique. Blend also provides online backup for your DAW system, so you don’t have to be afraid of losing everything once your computer leaves this world.

Link: Blend

4. Vocalizr

Vocalizr

Vocalizr is a little bit different than the rest of the list. It connects not only producers to producers, but also producers to vocalists. If you know the feeling of wanting a good vocal hook on your track, but not having any vocalist (or a good voice), this site will help you connect yourself to those with the gift of singing. Easy as posting your project to audition and selecting a perfect voice.

Link: Vocalizr

5. ProCollabs

ProCollabs

ProCollabs is a website that offers not only producers but sound engineers, songwriters, vocalists etc a creative environment. Whether you are in need of a guitar riff, lyrics for chorus or background vocals, this is the site you can turn to. By becoming a member, you are opening doors to many licensing opportunities and payments by just selling your musical skills or your projects.

Link: ProCollabs

6. Bandhub

Bandhub

This is a huge community for musicians and producers who are looking for new collaborations via their “Collabs” feature. Basically, you can create your own worldwide band, where any member can record their parts, and you or any member can be the ‘collab organizer’, which will arrange the final mix. Any member can use the Bandhub Recording App to record their parts for collabs. Not only the sound, you can record even video sessions using your webcam or a more professional camera. Best of all, it’s free!

Link: Bandhub

7. Melboss

Melboss

Melboss is a music hub where artists and producers meet together. Share your compositions, find new collaborations and connect with industry pros. Find and select your mentor and request to review your songs. Mentoring sessions are a minimum of 30 minutes.

Link: Melboss

Social Media

Social Media

This one might sound interesting, but most of world’s average daily usage goes on the social media. With billions and billions of accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Reddit, etc. it makes it a perfect match for virtual auditions – and not to forget about SoundCloud. One post might be enough for a perfect match and the beginning of a collaboration between two music lovers.

This is just a start of this new way of creating. Once you start using these sites, you will see all the perks you are getting by just talking to other people. Inspire each other, share idea, music is a way of communication, so communicate in the best way you know – through the music.

Do you already use one of the above music production collaboration platforms? What do you recommend? Leave a comment down below about what you are currently working on!

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