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  • Collide

    Lol, GIT for musicproduction!

  • Luiz Zen

    Holy cow! This is awesome!

    I am also a programmer and I think programmers, far more often than others, really understand how great this is for any serious project workflow such as producing music.

    Having the hability to try different ideas in parallel and choose the best, do lots of modifications and still be able to un-do changes and compare the current version of the Live project with some other, releases our brain from many worries, giving more space for creativeness.

    Total support!!!

    • Dr Beatz

      Wonder if they will run a platform like githubs, where free accounts are open source by default?
      Excited by this as well, just wonder where cost/bandwidth come into play. Posting code is nothing like posting .wav files, and even using version control, I can see space being as issue (if you don’t have the $$$).

      Just really hope they don’t go the adobe route and make it all cloud based. I guess that would be impossible but still

  • Fabian

    Sounds absolutely awesome. Will it be possible to set up your own ‘repositories’ on servers in your local network? I’d really appreciate a revision system for live but don’t want to give my files to an unknown server somewhere in the ‘cloud’. Maybe something like the ‘OwnCloud’ approach?

    • Dr Beatz

      DITTO, that’s my biggest fear as well. I would be on board if there was a local server option. It scares me giving the keys to …? Never know who is on the other end, and what they do when you forget to pay your bill on time.

      • EGO

        TERMS 😉
        b.We Claim No Ownership. You or a third-party licensor, as appropriate, retain all intellectual property rights to the User Content you Post to the Service. We do not acquire ownership to any User Content Posted to the Service. This also means that you are responsible for protecting any of your rights in your User Content (including any User who violates the license you grant to such other User pursuant to Section 6.h (e.g., a User who Uses a Spliced Track for commercial purposes), and we need not enforce a violation of these Terms by another User as it pertains to your User Content, although we reserve the right to terminate the rights of such Users to use the Service.

  • killmedj

    This has a “LOT” of potential!

  • Velz

    I’ve been waiting for something like this, as I use GIT and GitHub everyday for programming projects this just seems natural for music production. It looks like it will be a bit better than blend.io also.

    • stefanhapper

      I was wondering how this compares to blend.io – why do you think splice will be better then blend.io ?

  • Mutis Mayfield

    Ableton share?

  • Well from the read I give this +1…I figure somewhere Ableton is working on moving Live to the Cloud where you could have access to all the vsts, Max, Samples etc on some kind of recurring revenue model…

  • giorgio versea

    I thought you would be able to point me in the right direction. I work on a team that represents a number of media/technology companies in New York with regards to their facilities/office space needs. Having read about Splice I thought I would quickly introduce myself.

    I looked at a short term 4,500/sf space at 151 West 25th Street
    yesterday with a client that may (or may not) be of interest to you.
    Understanding you are busy, please let me know if there’s every an opportunity for us to speak.




  • Aken

    This sounds really sweet, and also a huge treat to Ohm Studio 🙂