12 Great Music Collaboration Websites and Apps (2024)

Music collaboration websites and apps are a great way to connect with other musicians, producers, vocalists, and audio engineers to help you with your music project. You can take your music to the next step while also forming friendships and maybe opening doors to the music industry.

In the past, musicians were condemned to local bandmates and producers. This could be challenging, especially for those who live in more isolated areas. Not to mention that getting the opportunity to be heard by some major label was pretty much mission impossible!

Today, numerous websites and apps offer you an opportunity to connect with musicians from around the world and collaborate.

1. Kompoz

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For more than a decade, Kompoz has been one of the leading platforms for online music collaboration. It is a perfect tool for producers who are searching for musicians and other producers to collaborate in real-time, all around the globe. This website offers a lot of options but remains simple to use. No matter if you’re a producer or a musician, you can apply to be a part of any kind of project. Of course, the one who initiated the project chooses the crew.

In addition, there are Community and Groups pages. The first one is a social corner where you can share your live performances, talk about music, future projects, and much more. The Groups page consists of numerous groups related to things like instruments, software, genres, etc.

The best thing about Kompoz is that you can sign up for free. Of course, there are a few upgrades, but you won’t miss anything important if you stick to the free membership.

2. SoundBetter

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Even today, there aren’t many apps like SoundBetter. This platform is a great tool for everyone who makes music. Basically, it connects musicians with audio professionals, so they could get top-quality mixes that were reserved only for major record companies in the past.

The way the platform works is quite simple. You post the job, outline what you need, and then choose the one that seems like the best candidate. That should be the one with the best ratings. You can search for singers, producers, mixing engineers, songwriters, or anything of the sort.

After the job is done, you can also rate and leave feedback for your collaborator. It’s free to sign up and browse so there’s no reason not to check out this collaborative platform.

3. Procollabs

One of Procollabs’ best qualities is a huge community that includes producers, musicians, songwriters, lyricists, sound engineers, etc. If you are a producer, this is a great place to find some musicians to take part in your project. If you need background vocals, a guitar solo, or lyrics for your project, this is the place where you can find a collaborator.

On the other side, a good musician probably won’t have problems with licensing his music for various projects in Procollabs. This is a great way to sell your musical skills.

You can sign up for free and later go for an upgrade plan if you need more online storage. Other than that, the free membership is pretty generous regarding included features.

4. Vocalizr

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Compared to Procollabs and other similar platforms, Vocalizr is far more specific. If you are a producer, you probably know how hard it can sometimes be to find a decent vocalist and vice versa.

On Vocalizr, you just need to post your project to audition and then choose the best candidate. The platform is beneficial for both producers and singers. There’s no easier way you can make an audition with such a wide choice of candidates. On the other side, singers will get the chance to materialize their talent and even be discovered by a major player in the industry.

5. Melboss

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Melboss is a place that gathers musicians and producers. One of the best things about this platform is that you can easily connect with some of the industry professionals and get a review of your song or other work.

You can also use this platform to connect with potential collaborators, but the opportunity to get an opinion from someone who is a big name in the industry sounds even more amazing. Find your mentor and request a review of your work. You get mentoring sessions of a minimum of 30 minutes. The way it works is simple. Create a profile, search the platform, connect, and collaborate.

6. BandLab

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BandLab is the first app that gives musicians an opportunity to gather their favorite crew and record. Before this app appeared, there was no DAW that offered so-called mobile collaboration. This one does. So, if your favorite singer and drummer are miles away from you, in any part of the world, just let them know that they can record with you no matter where they are.

This cloud-based tool will give access to a mix to all of you. Amazingly, this app works on pretty much every operating system. You can use BandLab on a laptop, smartphone, or any other device, just get an interface that offers good audio quality. It can’t get any more convenient than that.

7. Vampr

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Simple and straightforward, Vampr is one of the best apps for searching for new musicians to play with. Definitely one of my favorites. It is actually a 2-in-1 platform, both a music app and a social network where you can pick a stranger and start an exciting collaboration.

When creating a profile, you can select all the categories you want, so the platform can automatically suggest a musician you’re looking for. Once you create your profile, you can start swiping. The app shows you a bunch of musicians according to your preferences and you swipe left or right. Once you find a person that seems like a perfect match, send a message, get in touch, and eventually arrange a collaboration.

8. SoundCloud

SoundCloud is a social network designed for musicians. The way it works is pretty simple. First of all, create an account and fill it with all relevant details, starting with biography, images, song titles, etc. Then you can publish your work and get some plays. Once you get followers, you can ask them for collaborations. The great thing about this platform is that you can find musicians of any genre.

SoundCloud has definitely proved itself as an excellent place to promote your music. Many musicians who started here ended as major artists. One of them would be Lil Pump. He started his career on SoundCloud a few years ago and now collaborates with Gucci Mane, the famous hip-hop artist.

9. Soundtrap

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Soundtrap is an online, DAW-like collaborative studio. You can make music on the platform and even join hands with bandmates or other musicians using the collaboration feature. There is even a chat and video interface to exchange ideas while you’re working together.

You can share your project with other musicians from around the world by sending them an invite link via email. It is really simple to use and it’s priced modestly. This cloud-based service is a popular choice and supports both Android and iOS users and features a browser edition.

Soundtrap prides itself on minimal latency so users can enjoy a lag-free workflow while making music together. Not to mention the extensive library of features, effects, and loops that the platform offers.

10. Landr

Landr is a platform that opens the door to a global community of musicians. You can find audio engineers, vocalists, musicians, top producers, and songwriters for your next project. You can also search for your next album art designer, find beats, look for mixing feedback, and more.

The best part about it is that you can sign up for free! It works as a social media platform like Facebook or Instagram in a way. You can chat with different artists and music producers, hire talent, or even sell your skills. It is very similar to SoundBetter as it has the same freelancing design.

11. Blend

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Blend is a collaborative platform that supports world-famous DAWs like Ableton Live, FL Studio, Logic Pro X, GarageBand, Pro Tools, Cubase, and more. You can connect with other musicians and producers and work on a music project together or share your project with the whole internet community.

This global network opens the door for music collaborators and also acts as a music distribution service. You can distribute your music globally via Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer, and more. Not to mention that it also acts as a marketplace where you can sell or buy sample packs, stems, presets, etc.

Blend is an all-in-one solution for collaborative musicians that also get a chance to build a following and showcase their work to the world.

12. Sessionwire

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Last but not least is another collaborative music platform – Sessionwire. This is an all-in-one collaborative tool for musicians that offers real-time collaboration. It features a chat, audio, and video interface to connect people while working on a project.

Sessionwire prides itself on ultra-low-latency, bi-directional, studio-quality audio and supports both Mac and PC users. You can even send or receive AAX, AU, and VST plugins. This platform recreates that studio environment many crave while making music, which is why it’s so popular.

Lastly, you can even get feedback from a mixing engineer when finishing your project. It was built for musicians by musicians so you know it offers a user-friendly and collaborative workflow.


Music collaboration websites and apps are the way of the future. Any musician, producer, vocalist, lyricist, and audio engineer can connect with music peers and collaborate on a project now! Most of these platforms even act as social media platforms that make it easier to connect with people via chat or video interface. This list features some of the most prominent platforms that you can use to connect with other artists and work on your next music project.

Brian Clark

Brian Clark

I’ve been a writer with Musician Wave for six years, turning my 17-year journey as a multi-instrumentalist and music producer into insightful news, tutorials, reviews, and features.

  1. Collaboration solution for Reaper: MusiCollaboration (www.mucol.ch)

    After installing a couple of Reaper-scripts, you are able to:
    – From a main-project derive instrument-specific projects and copy recordings to and from them
    – Generate plugin-independent backtracks and synchronize them between the main- and the instrument-projects

    This enables:
    – Sharing the instrument-projects over the internet as they are stored in self-contained directories
    – Musicians to work with “their” independent projects which they can adjust to their likings in terms of mix, effects, metronome etc.
    – Recording, rehearsing, practicing along backtracks of all instruments involved in the project

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