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Will AudioCommon Change the Way Indie Artists Create and Share Music?

AudioCommon at SXSW 2014. (Photo via Facebook)

The way we consume music has evolved drastically over time and continues to change almost daily. Current music streaming and collaboration services, however, aren't always skewed in favor of the artist. So where is the future of music creation  and collaboration headed, and will it give musicians a better shake? One fresh-faced company, AudioCommon, strives to change the current creation and sharing model. Artists can upload their content to its secure website and collaborate with fellow musicians. It also offers a new way to connect and share with fans by giving them an inside look at the musical process. We spoke to co-founder and CEO Philip Cohen about the genesis of AudioCommon and his views on the future of music.