Tuesday, June 5, 2007
Calling all Musicians...Publish and Promote your Music with a Cell
Sing, Sing, Sing!!! A piece of web2.0 software called Ripple9, allows any musician or band to promote and publish their music by using their cell phone. Ripple9 lets users send text messages and promotion announcements about gigs or new music directly to cell phones or emails. In addition users can take video clips and pictures of band events and send them directly to the Ripple9 webspace. Secondary students that have their own band and/or compose their own original music can use Ripple9 to publish their music and promote it to a large audience! Music classes could get involved with this and promote their school sponsored musical groups (such as choral groups or jazz singers).
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