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Postby Folderol » Thu May 08, 2014 6:00 pm

Anyone used this for collabs?

I did quite a few years ago - don't even know if it's still going. It was quite interesting and a group of us produced some stuff, but it's an odd way of working. You have to decide on a BPM and number of bars and are then synced to the bar count - not necessarily all to the same phrase! Also you need to have a server set up.
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Postby dazzathedrummer » Mon May 12, 2014 12:39 pm

I used it a while ago too - I found that (in the public rooms) the metronome was largely ignored - I think it's just so you can play to a grid if you're recording into Reaper - as long as you all agree where bar 1 is I guess you can edit your files into the right position on the grid.
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