Bojam

  • Bojam Launches Web-Based Collaborative Sound Studio

    Bojam Launches Web-Based Collaborative Sound Studio

    One of last year's TechCrunch50 startups, Bojam, is launching in public beta today and we have 500 invites. Bojam is a Web-based sound studio that lets musicians practice playing music, find other musicians around the world to jam with, and lay down tracks together on the same song. Click here to try out the service. Bojam is a fully functional music mixer. You can adjust the volume on each track… Read More

  • Can Music Production Be Crowdsourced? Minimum Noise Thinks So.

    Can Music Production Be Crowdsourced? Minimum Noise Thinks So.

    Copenhagen, Denmark-based startup Minimum Noise wants to take a crack at crowdsourcing music production, by connecting musicians around the world in an open marketplace where like-minded artists can get together to create music tracks. Basically, users can submit a project, describe what they're looking for and what they're prepared to pay for it. This can be anything from vocals to a bassline or… Read More

  • TC50: Bojam Asks, Why Can't We All Just Rock Together?

    TC50: Bojam Asks, Why Can't We All Just Rock Together?

    Desktop music-mixing software like GarageBand has liberated musicians from the sound studio. Now Bojam wants to liberate them from the constraints of geography or the isolation of their rooms. Bojam is a Web-based sound studio that lets musicians practice playing music, find other musicians around the world to jam with, and lay down tracks together on the same song. Bojam is a fully functional… Read More