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A site which measures musical compatibility
I listen to a lot of music, and even write my own. However, my
inability to play certain instruments prevents these songs from
coming to reality. There's nothing I would enjoy more than to be
band of agreeable souls that listen to the same music that I do,
and would enjoy adding creative input to a
musical project. Sadly, no one in my area seems to share my
(admittedly eclectic) musical tastes.
A solution to my problem would be a website where people in my
situation could input their musical preferences and which
instruments they play. Then, the site would suggest groups of
with similar tastes to each other in groups that contained people
proficient in traditional band instruments (guitar, bass, keyboards,
drums, vocals etc.). Of course, members of the site would enter
their location into the engine as well, so members of the proposed
band could be within a reasonable proximity of each other.
Join My Band
[tatterdemalion, Aug 18 2009]
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||Suburban Westchester county, NY, where everyone
inexplicably listens to heavy metal, commercial pop, or
||Same here.... but down in Mississippi where everyone inexplicibly listens to southern rock or rap
||[Ian Tindale]: You've never heard of the country of Ny,
halfway between Uzbekistan, Zaire, and Oz?
||[desolationrow]: It doesn't surprise me that people in
Mississippi listen to Southern rock; after all, Mississippi is