By Andrea Caccese
The D.I.Y. music scene was a thing back in the early 80s and 90s, when many bands were seeking to develop ways to record their music and realize their vision independently, without being dependent on the support of a label. These days, collaborating together is easier than ever, thanks to affordable musical equipment of all kinds and to the great advantages of sharing music online.
Here at The Foxgrove, we believe in democratizing music creation and bringing the art back to a community of music creators: we’ll be sharing tips, tools and content such as this one.
Find out more and discover the new exciting collaboration platforms on the web.
Here's an old video of Deadmau5 collaborating with a fan online. By the way: if anyone knows what the cat did to Lyndsey, email us @ firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll offer a $5 discount on a class.
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