MediaShift launches ShiftMedia Audio Collaboration Community


MediaShift has launched ShiftMedia, a collaborative community for musicians, producers, designers, and developers.

The about page reads:

We focus on flexibility and communication with features like your own WordPress installation with full admin priviledges, custom graphic headers, and our promotion assistance program.

Other features include:

  • Five (5) full e-mail addresses.
  • Access to online storefront [comin soon!].
  • User support services + resources.
  • Addition of users feature requests.

I see GaryG, developer of freeware VST plug-ins bini and dandelion, has already joined.

Visit ShiftMedia for more information.


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