Google Wave could be great for musicians.

I pretty much love all things Google. I use Gmail, Google Docs and Google Reader daily. Considering I have two computers and an iPhone it just seems life in the cloud is the way to go. Have you heard the mountain of hype from the geek world about Google Wave yet? It’s basically real time email, instant messaging, media collaboration and Twitter (follow me) all on crack. I say crack because everything is in real time. Real time as in as one types each letter or does anything at all everyone in your Wave (group) see’s it. To top it all off Google has made Wave an open platform so developers can have a go at it. I immediately thought that this will finally bring real time music collaboration to the masses in a meaningful way. Let’s hope some smart German music software developers think so too.

More info: http://wave.google.com

This entry was written by Oliver Chesler, posted on June 4, 2009 at 5:28 am, filed under song writing and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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4 Responses to “Google Wave could be great for musicians.”

  1. Raul says:

    We just released an mp3 robot and gadget for google wave. The AmazonMP3Bot enables social mp3 music research and shopping on Amazon.com. The AmazonMP3Bot gadget and bot can detect audio products and return inline links based on a Wave conversation or keyword query autodetecting artist name, song title, or album.

    http://amazonmp3.withwaves.com

  2. I’m sorry to announce that, but unfortunately , google announced on their official blog that google wave is no longer developed, so sad really, but the bright side is that google said they will include it in chromium OS

    source:

    http://onlineforall.info/2010/08/google-wave-discontinued/

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