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Virtual Music Video launched

11-06-2007 07:34 PM CET | IT, New Media & Software

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Todtenweis, Germany. The platform for online music collaboration,, launched the first music video for a song created by musicians from three different continents.

The song called "Pirate of the deep blue sea" sounds like a modern folk song including electronic elements. With recorded instruments provided by members from the USA and Germany the song went to life with lyrics and vocals written and recorded by a member from Australia.

In addition to the motion of hearable elements, the visual part becomes more important. But creating a music video over three different continents is very difficult and expensive.

In that case followed the virtual tradition and produced a complete music video based on virtual territories and characters.

The video is available for streaming at YouTube and other portals. A high resolution video for TV is available for download on request.

Streaming-Video at YouTube: online music collaboration: GmbH

An der Moosleite 6
86447 Todtenweis
Germany is a social network website for musicians to create songs with artists worldwide. Using an open structure allows any style of music, any kind of copyright (e.g. Creative Commons or Legal Copyright) and easy ways of communication.

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