Sonoma Wire Works introduces

Sonoma Wire Works introduces, an online music collaboration community for RiffWorks users. RiffWorks easy-to-use guitar recording software with built-in online collaboration and podcasting has been updated and integrated with During the beta test, over 600 songs were created by 200 collaborators worldwide (US, Canada, UK, EU, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Brazil and more) with no latency or distance problems. is now out of beta, and 20,000 RiffWorks users are ready to play.

Using the RiffWorks desktop recording application, up to four musicians can connect and collaborate on a song simultaneously. As a layer records, it instantly streams to other players’ running RiffWorks. As the Riff loops, other players can add more. All contributions are saved on and can be opened later for further collaboration. Musicians worldwide are creating songs together online no matter how far apart they live or what time zone they are in!

On, musicians list their gear, songs, collaborations, and comments. Similar interests are linked automatically using modern social networking technology, making it easy to find people with the same musical tastes. Musicians chat about song posts and collaborations on and directly inside RiffWorks while they play. Awards go to songs with the most plays, editorial picks, and song contests wins. connects musicians who have similar interests and inspires them make more music together.

Dan Walton, VP of Technology, Sonoma Wire Works says, “Not only does showcase and connect musicians, it enables them to easily record songs together over the Internet. Bass players, guitarists, vocalists and more can make and record quality music
together regardless of their locations and schedules. revolutionizes the way people create and enjoy music together.”

Listen to collaborations. requires RiffWorks v2.1.1 (Standard or Line 6 Edition).

Pricing: RiffWorks Standard: $129, RiffWorks Line 6 Edition: $99.

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