[linux-audio-user] Web-based collaborative band/musicians app?

conrad berhörster conrad.berhoerster at gmx.de
Fri Mar 3 10:46:31 EST 2006

Am Freitag 03 März 2006 11:27 schrieb Jacob:
> Hello,
> I'm looking for a web-based application that supports working on and
> discussing of music and pieces within an band. What do I would like to
> do with such an app:
>   - Upload of mp3 takes which has been recorded during rehearsals or
>     sessions.
>   - Click somewhere in a timeline based image (e.g. amplitude/time or
>     spectrum/time) and the playback starts there.
>   - Define views on parts of an mp3 recording, because they are
>     sometimes several hours long and often contain different songs and
>     lots of talk
>   - Attach Comments (of different musicians) to certain parts or
>     timestamps of a recording
>   - Discuss pieces, eventually with inclusion of some staves (which
>     should be rendered on the server).
>   - All editing should be stored in a versioning repository, like most
>     wikis do.
>   - It should be usable be musicians who don't have a degree in
>     information sciences and who don't want to spent to much time with
>     the platform itself. Perhaps something like a wiki for musicians.
>   - Hardware requisites on the user side should not be more than be a web
>     browser (graphics based) and a mp3 playing app that is capable to
>     play back streams.
> What I'm _not_ looking for:
>   - Something like Ardour with a web frontend (ok, it wouldn't be a show
>     stopper if it's features were available as well).
> So, before starting to write something like that on my own from scratch
> I would like to know, if there is some similar project out there in the
> world that needs some contribution instead and that would be usable in
> the short term.
> Thanks for reading,
> Yours,
> Jacob

i think, this is what you are looking for. 

and two additional links

there was once a company (resrocket), who try to do something like that. but 
the costs of server exploded, so they gave up, i heard. 

sizu c~

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