Musicians’ GitHub with Alan Grow

Music collaboration software that works over the Internet is a software challenge that has not been fully tackled. On today’s Internet, users collaborate intensively on programming projects, journalism, and other projects, but the tools for collaborating on music online have not yet become popular.

Blend.io is a social music collaboration tool–a github for musicians. I have been using it myself and enjoying it tremendously. Today’s guest Alan Grow joins the show to talk about how to build a social version control system for musicians, as well as where music is headed.

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