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alca
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I've tried to join a few collaboration websites, BandHub, Kompoz etc. but I can't find any that support Ubuntu, they're all Windows or Mac based so I can't record anything as their apps won't work.
Does anyone know of any collaboration websites that support Ubuntu?

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Maybe https://www.wikiloops.com/backingtrack.php ...?

wjl from this forum is using it.

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It's a wonder why a 'collaboration site' would use a proprietary application to record instead of exchanging wav files that any computer in the world can play and any DAW can load.

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lilith wrote:Maybe https://www.wikiloops.com/backingtrack.php ...?

wjl from this forum is using it.
Or ccmixter and looperman. Maybe there is even more.

Jonetsu, did you check those?
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tavasti wrote:Jonetsu, did you check those?
With the migration to Xubuntu and making all things work and trying out a mix and all that, that was put on the backburner. I'm a bit into my own stuff lately, haven't had a chance to listen to some new songs posted here.

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