School of Music Collaboration
By Dr Martin K. Koszolko
School of Music Collaboration is a portal disseminating resources on collaborative music strategies and technologies. The school is also a host of the annual Collaborative Music Contest with prizes valued at over $46,561 in 2022.
For coaching, masterclasses and contest info go to www.musiccollaboration.online
School of Music CollaborationDec 11, 2022
Collaborative Music Contest 2022 - Results Announcement
Join us for the 2nd episode of the School of Music Collaboration podcast where we present the winners of the Collaborative Music Contest 2022!
The Collaborative Music Contest is a unique, software-agnostic event. In 2022, we run its second edition with two music submission categories: Online Studio Collaboration & Online Live Jamming and a theme of ‘new meets old’.
To access further music collaboration resources and to stay in touch, follow us on the following platforms:
Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/schoolofmusiccollaboration
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/SchoolofMusicCollaboration
Contest website: https://musiccollaborationonline.newzenler.com/contest-2022
This Podcast is available through various podcast streaming platforms (Spotify, Apple etc) and you can subscribe to it there or at https://anchor.fm/musiccollaboration-school
Three Key Approaches to Online Music Collaboration
In this first episode, I'm aiming to clear up some confusion about available types of online music collaboration. To do this, I'm breaking it down into three key collaborative approaches and including examples of software platforms for each of these approaches.
For more information on online music collaboration strategies visit my website at: https://www.musiccollaboration.online
You can also join my private Facebook group for live streams, tools and tips: https://www.facebook.com/groups/musiccollaboration.online
P.S. The intro/outro music in this podcast is a track titled 'The Giver' by KOshowKO. It is also a fruit of remote music collaboration of 4 musicians, located on 3 continents and in 4 countries, who never had a chance to meet face-to-face as a group.