Musician and developer Tim Exile has entered the iOS realm with the beta announcement of Endless. This is a collaborative music app, but before your eyes roll into the back of your head you should take a look at this demo. Tim's experience designing musically useful interfaces is really paying off. There's a lot of power under the tips of your thumbs here.
I've asked Tim about the pricing model on this, and await his response. It can't possibly be as insane as the last major collaborative app. You can sign up for the beta now, and they hope to release late 2019.
Update: I received a lengthy reply on the pricing model. They're going to try to keep things as free as possible, without going broke like Allihoopa. For iOS users the app and collaborative service will be free, and they may charge for sound packs and effects. Once they have their desktop VST ready they will explore a subscription model for people who want to export and collaborate with uncompressed audio. It was a really long email, but it sounds like his heart is in the right place.
Tim Exile and Chagall jam remotely in real-time with the Endlesss iOS app.
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Endlesss lets you collaborate on music in a live, iterative way by making Rifffs. Create and remix each others Rifffs wherever you are with built-in instruments, live recordings and fx.
Endlesss is on a quest to establish a fresh approach to music-making that brings connection, recreation and joy to a divided, perfectionist and anxious world.
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