Mougg is a web and mobile platform that allows users to store all of their music in the cloud and played back from any wirelessly connected device - just upload your music to Mougg, and you'll have access to your music from anywhere, and they've got great pricing as well. Below is a brief demo on uploading music to Mougg:
Fascinating video interview from Motherboard with Morton Subotnick, one of the pioneers of the first analog synthesizer, and creator of the first all electronic album in 1967. According to Subotnick, "98 percent of all music that anyone experiences is through technology, with technology and because of technology."
Need a quick and mobile way to record song ideas? TinyVox may be the solution. Similar to Chirbit, TinyVox enables iPhone users to record high quality, short audio files, which can be saved, and/or shared on Tumblr, Twitter and Facebook. Download the free version here.
Tourbinder.com, a webapp that helps bands book smarter tours, will officially launch their service on St. Patrick’s Day during SXSW, and you're invited to their free party, which is open to all ages, and you don’t need a badge to get in. Show More Summary
Los Angeles based startup, Gobbler unveiled its cloud-based, secure backup and collaboration service for the pro audio community, yesterday at LAUNCH in San Francisco. Below is brief video overview and some of the initial features of...Show More Summary
New York City based startup, Spins.FM enables users to request songs on terrestrial radio stations throughout the U.S. via Twitter and Facebook. Although the app is missing numerous stations, the concept is interesting and simple to use, but are the stations listening. Show More Summary
Boston startup, MusicSesh aims to create a music lesson service for artists and musicians to educate and teach fans, aspiring musicians and music enthusiasts how to play and read music to supplement their income. While I'm not sure how...Show More Summary
Music Hack Day NYC was a big success this weekend, with over 70 hacks developed in less than 48 hours (brief summaries below). With almost two years of MHD events in over six countries and nearly a dozen cities, it's just a matter of...Show More Summary
After reviewing more than four hundred submissions, the music tech companies below have been selected to present at this year's SXSW Accelerator. It was an honor to apart of this year's advisory board, and congratulations to all! Air...Show More Summary
If you have a band/musician page on Facebook, than you probably received their email detailing the new enhancements available for your page, including the following: showcase specific photos (great for displaying a recent show) additional...Show More Summary
Create, record, edit, mix/remix, mash and perform music on your iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad with a suite of mobile music apps from Sound Trends. Below are video demos from three of their products (studio.HD, Looptastic Producer and Sound Warp): studio.HD: Looptastic Producer: Sound Warp:
FanDistro, a new startup out of NYC aims to provide fan-based affiliate marketing services for bands, musicians and labels, helping them to increase their sales. According to FanDistro, by enabling fans to earn money from an artist's music and merchandise, they will become an Artist's most avid sales and marketing force. Show More Summary
Tourbinder, a new private beta startup aims to streamline the booking process by helping artists and managers book and administer their shows/tours - from budgeting to venue suggestions and contracts. While I haven't seen their app,Show More Summary
Music video discovery/streaming services are somewhat commodity services, as there are hundreds of sites independent artists can upload and share their music videos online, but many of these sites offer little differentiation with minimal reach. Show More Summary
Earlier today, Mufin released its latest music player, and it's impressive with a number of new features and abilities, including: one click cloud-based music storage interactive 3D music collection visualizations intuitive and robust...Show More Summary
Below is an interesting video brief from CNN about The National's views on why they became successful: