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Post by Admin Sat Jun 14, 2008 11:57 am

StudioTwo is a collection of four tools. Together they enable members to meet others, collaborate, experiment and share music.

1. AccessTwo - This is where members meet, make contacts, share music, etc.
2. Ninjam - Free software and server access to play live music over the Internet
3. Studio2Radio - Streams members music over the Internet 24/7
4. Storage - Storage space to upload your tracks

Here's how it works:

Let's say a member has a song they've been working on and it needs a female vocal to do the harmony part. The member posts a message in AccessTwo describing what they need, where the song can be listened to and how they can be contacted. The song might be in their storage site or someplace else. Once the two parties agree to work together they exchange tracks through their storage sites and the song is finished.

Finished tracks can then be stored in their storage site for private listening or they can be linked to Studio2Radio which streams members music 24/7.

Ninjam is a way members or anyone can get together and play music over the Internet in "real time". It's a great way to sit in and meet other artists or work out parts for a recording. Ninjam is open to the public.

All of this is free. There is no cost for membership. We use storage, software, servers and bandwidth provided by spam free resources on the Internet.


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