Newly launched web service Splice hopes to streamline music collaboration and help musicians to work on tracks together in a more modern way. Here’s the lowdown on how it all works:
Once you download Splice, it integrates with Ableton [for now, with future expansion to Logic, Pro Tools, etc.] and starts saving every piece of your project to its servers [or “in the cloud” if you need a trendy buzzword]. I mean every. single. piece. — automatically. So every little change you make to a project file will be saved, and on a timeline for everyone involved to see. Bonus points: you can go back to any point in the timeline, to any revision of the song. Splice is currently taking sign ups for private beta, so if you wanna get in early, head on over to their website and you can also check a video demo here. File this under “It’s about time this happened! Thanks to TechCrunch for the heads up.
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