Kompoz Releases Collaborative Music iPhone App
Miami, FL (MI2N) November 1, 2009 -- Kompoz.com has
launched the first-of-its-kind streaming audio iPhone App, which plays continuous music created by individuals around
the world, working together from home studios to produce new original music. The iPhone App works similar to the
Pandora App, allowing listeners to create stations by genre, mood, style, and artist. But unlike Pandora, all of
the music is non-commercial -- no bands, no record labels, no publishers. The music is composed online by regular
people, and is released under the Creative Commons.
"Collaborative music just got a slick new channel", said Raf Fiol, founder of Kompoz.com. "With Kompoz.com, we've
provided a platform for 'crowd-sourcing' music production. The iPhone App makes that music available to the 57+ million
iPhone and iPod Touch users real-time."
The Kompoz iPhone app is available for immediate download from the Apple iPhone App Store.
Kompoz is an online platform for crowd-sourcing music creation, from song conception, to recording and mixing, and to publishing.
Kompoz is an online social network designed for musicians to create songs with others from around the world.
Members span over 120 countries and all 24 time-zones. Working from their home studios -- using Pro Tools, Logic, GarageBand,
Sonar, or any other digital audio recording software -- Kompoz members collaborate online to author new original music,
uploading individual instrument tracks (e.g., guitar, bass, drums, keyboards, vocals, etc.) for projects covering all
popular genres. Kompoz provides the platform to create songs with a bass player in Sweden, a drummer in Ohio, and a
guitar player in Kalamazoo. The world is your virtual on-demand recording studio.
Visit kompoz.com/iphone for more information