Rifflet.com – A home for unfinished music.

Rifflet is an interesting project that lets musicians share unfinished parts of songs in the hope that other musicians can collaborate and combine musical ideas to form new ones.

Rifflet was produced for $0, in roughly two weeks, from idea to launch. It’s a great example of a solid idea executed very well for very little cash.

I heard from the sites founders, Jon and Kelly. They we’re more than helpful with helping me source this post.

It’s amazing how fast the Riffflet community is growing, and every day we hear from people about how much they love the site. We just had one member produce the first song built out of pieces on the site, so we’ve actually help something get created, which is really exciting.

I love little startups like this. They noticed a gap and they produced something quality for very little money to fill it. If more people were doing this the Internet would be a much better place.

There is already some good stuff going on over there. If you’re a musician check them out.


2 Responses to “Rifflet.com – A home for unfinished music.”

  • Logistetica:
    June 10th, 2008
    6:44 pm

    Hey guys, what’s up? I emailed you twice during last couple weeks and didn’t hear anything back. Do you really care about this web site any more?

  • Reggie Phillips:
    November 12th, 2008
    11:10 pm


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