September 20, 2012 21:13
Musomap Poetry Release 1.00. Music notation poetry.
Something for musicians with too much time on their hands...
Try it! www.musomap.com/Poetry
September 13, 2012 16:54
Musomap has been requested to resource 5 diverse professional groups (or individuals) to perform a series of concerts at a major international hotel chain in London. Standard rates. All genres.
The management will be using the map to get in touch with musicians directly & privately. They will look at the groups you are already part of and also combining local musicians in a new an interesting way.
Get yourself onto Musomap.com
, update your profile with useful links and references, recommend your friends, and become part of this exciting mini festival type event. To show that you're actively keen on this opportunity use the hashtag #5DaysLondon
On a financial point... Musomap.com will help you work together and agree on a fair rate but it will not take any fee. Why? Because this initiative is a free service built by musicians for musicians. It is here to remove the middle man and improve the industry for real life musicians.
Please share this message with your colleagues and help us cultivate a more diverse, collaborative, local music industry.
Keep up to date with more information has it comes to hand here...http://blog.musomap.com/2012/09/a-paid-gig-5-groups-5-days-london.html
- Connecting Musicians
September 10, 2012 17:46
September 9, 2012 16:50
If nothing else, this is an awesome example of people meeting through the creation of music. Breaking down barriers. Sharing something new.
I've just got this message in from one of the musicians on the map. It made me feel as though all the work that goes into this is worth it!
------------------- Hi Kahne
Just to give you a bit of feedback on my experience of Musomap so far, it has been very interesting, and I am spreading the word - I think it's great!
I had an interesting chat with a guy from India, and got to listen to his music. He listened to some of my music, and gave me some constructive feedback, so that was useful.
I've also enjoyed browsing the map, clicking on a location that takes my fancy, and following links to people's websites, MySpace, SoundCloud, etc. - there is some very, very good music out there, and some extremely talented people. I've listened to music that I would never have come into contact with, or ever heard, before. Extraordinary stuff.
I believe you have made a remarkable tool, and my feeling is that it is going to take off exponentially. Thank you for dreaming up the idea and then making it.
I wish you the best of luck with it!
Musomap.com - Connecting local musicians
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