(PRWEB) August 18, 2004
Fuseboard has recently completed Beta-testing its online platform (http://www.fuseboard.com), and is currently offering free one year memberships that provide music collaboration to members globally, and unlimited uploads of MP3's to feature and sell to consumers.
Fuseboard also gives users a location to find cutting edge music software and hardware as well as numerous other resources for professional, amateur, and even aspiring musicians.
Users receive their own viewable profile that will enable the marketing of themselves and their music - through song samples, album promotion, and tour information.
Fuseboard services include:
Â· Artist profile with bio, picture and three sample tracks
Â· Create music project with users globally
Â· Upload unlimited MP3Âs to make available for sale and receive revenue
Â· Internal messaging system
Â· System generated buyer suggestions
Â· Worldwide musician listings
Â· Copyrighting Capabilities
Â· Production Assistance
Â· 1000Âs of software and recording products from industry leaders such as Steinberg and Cakewalk
Â· Free samples of music
Â· Free samples of ÂCollaborative SessionsÂ
Â· Classifieds section
Â· Forums pages
Â· Industry A & R Listings
Fuseboard allows musicians to create music from their computer and enhance it with the aid of other musicians or bands by requesting they join them in a ÂCollaboration SessionÂ. Additionally, it provides the ability to master and remaster final song versions, the potential to copyright their music, and the option to upload and sell their music through a 128-bit SSL encrypted system. The site is only limited by the creativity of the artist.
In a statement from Deepak Bakshi, Fuseboard Founder, ÂWe really set out to provide something that has never existed. And as we predicted, everyone is jumping on the bandwagon providing similar services Â but no platform is allowing musicians to create their own music. The sites that exist are simply repositories for people to upload and store their music. EveryoneÂs in the ballpark, but no one can really connect on what a musician needs when they donÂt have access to people to expand their music. Fuseboard allows a singer in New York, a guitarist in London, and a drummer in Tokyo to come together to create their own music - and then feature it to the world. Simply put - there are no geographic borders for music anymore."
The site, created by Atlanta-based Created201, is currently entering into its full phase launch period Â targeting domestic and international markets.
Recently, Bakshi was interviewed on Sonicstate.com Âas the buzz for the unveiling of the new project picks up steam. http://www.sonicstate.com/news/shownews.cfm?newsid=1408
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