Last Updated on November 13, 2012 by New-Startups Team
The latest from Chrome Experiments that is worth sharing made us wonder: will there ever be a way to successfully collaborate on music with instruments on a professional level? Jam with Chrome takes a stab at it with a fun, intuitive and easy to use interface, but is hardly the best platform for the Rolling Stones to come together in various parts of the world and compose their next hit.
There are numerous obstacles to having multiple people working on music in real-time, and overcoming those obstacles seems inconceivable. But Jam with Chrome does a good job at building a tool to help bridge the gap. With high quality designs, UI and animations, Jam with Chrome is quite incredible.
Jam with Chrome is a collaborative live music experience in your browser that makes use of Web Audio API, Websockets, HTML5 Canvas, CSS3 and the Google App Engine to allow you and up to three of your friends to jam out together in real time.
Try it out for yourself, we doubt you’ll be able to create a incredible jam session, ready for an arena crowd of 100,000, but hopefully you can prove us wrong.