Soundation has announced Collab Live, a new online tool for ‘multi-player’ music creation that they describe as “Google Docs, but for music production.”
With Collab Live, you can invite anyone in the world to your project. All you need is a laptop, an internet connection, and your collaborators’ usernames or email addresses. Sharing settings allow you to configure permissions the way you like.
Soundation says that there’s no limit on how many people can be in a single project, so applications range from small group remote collaborations to distance learning with a virtual classroom of students.
With Collab Live, every move you make is auto-saved and synced in real-time.
Collab Live also lets you share imported or recorded audio in an instant, letting your collaborators hear the track the way you hear it.
Collab Live also lets you see collaborators’ cursors and actions, as they make them.
Pricing and Availability
Collab Live is available now in a beta version for all users. It’s free to try on a single project. Unlimited projects are available with their $6.99/month Premium service.