Bitwig is a new music software, which has been announce for long already and now it has been launched. They are promising a lot, using the latest technology and having optimized the workflow of music production. It is available for all major operating systems, but with US$ 299.- it is not cheap. Having the latest technology one may wonder why it does not come out of the cloud. According to the press release Bitwig is going on tour and will musicians enable to view the feature of the software live both in the US and Europe. This is a big announcement. To learn more about the software you may view the video below and visit the website: Bitwig.
Who uploads music files to Soundcloud and aims to be available on the mobile internet should try Appy Pie. Appy Pie is an app builder enabling to create mobile apps without the need of programming skills. It has an integration with Soundcloud to get the content into the app and does provide a comfortable service at all by being compatible to all common mobile app platforms. The service is available in a free and various premium versions to be distinguished by prices and features. To learn more visit Appy Pie.
Google is still able to surprise. Now the company has launched a webbased application on music collaboration, an online application to make music together realized within the Google Chrome Browser. This feature aka application is part of Chrome Experiments, a project homepage about features.
By this term it seems not to be clear how serious the application is and how long it will stay, but Google already has experiences in this field by the Web Lab project, a mixed media project enabling visitors of a museum to perform together will online users and furthermore such an application would be a nice supplement to the lately started Google Drive, its file sharing service.
But what about the service. This Chrome Experiment on online music collaboration is called Jam with Chrome and uses a couple of up to date web technologies making it feasible to use the application within the browser without the need to install any software. Up to four musicians may perform together by having the choice of 19 different instruments. A hint towards a possible professional service may be the two modi of the service, an easy and a pro modus. To get further information about the project watch the video below, read the official blog post about the launch and visit Jam with Chrome.