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Indaba Music is an online music creation web site and community. Users can upload audio tracks from their computer or call in and record tracks over the phone, and then use Indaba Music’s web-based audio editor to mix, loop, and edit the audio.

Today, the company announced a limited beta of a new version of its online audio production tools, based on JavaFX. The update will add the ability to record tracks from any Windows, Mac, or Linux computer using the the browser based tool. The new editor will allow users to record tracks directly to the internet, and share their projects with other users who can mix and remix them.

The company lets users create and save a limited number of sessions for free. You can also pay $10 per month for up to 10GB of online storage and an unlimited number of projects.

The new version of Indaba Music’s web based editor should be available to the general public in July.

[via Create Digital Music]

Indaba Music updates its browser-based music production tools originally appeared on Download Squad on Wed, 03 Jun 2009 17:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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