Well, COVID-19 has arrived and “stay at home” precautions are in full effect. But that doesn't mean you can't continue to be productive, proactive, and advance your music career from the comfort and safety of where you call home.Luckily for us musicians, there are more options than ever to use technology to create and collaborate. Here are my ten favorite platforms and apps for musicians looking to incorporate coworking, co-writing, or co-producing into their self-quarantine workflow right now.1. ZoomPerfect for your video conferencing and music collaboration needs,
Zoom is the leader in modern business video communications. You can use Zoom for video and audio conferencing, collaboration, chat, and webinars on mobile devices, desktops, and phones.The platform also offers "Zoom Rooms", the original conference C级执行名单 room software solution used worldwide for board meetings, conferences and seminars, as well as executive offices and classrooms. But musicians, songwriters, and producers can use this feature to work together on different projects.2. Google HangoutsGoogle Hangouts is similar to Zoom, providing communication in the form of text chats and group voice or video calls. You can share media and chat without time limit.You can download the app on iOS or Android, or just use it on the web without having to download anything.
Plus, if you're already a Google user, it seamlessly integrates with your Gmail, Calendar, Drive, and more. This makes sending music, concepts, strategizing, developing ideas, and co-writing clean and simple.3.BandLabBandLab is a free social music platform that allows creators to make music and share the creative process with other musicians and fans. With this global community, BandLab combines music creation and collaboration tools like the world's first cross-platform DAW, and social features like video sharing, messaging, and discovery.4. JamKazamJamKazam has made it easier than ever for musicians to perform live from their homes on the internet, as if you were sitting in the same room. You can record your performances at the track level, share your recordings, and even stream your sessions live to your fans.