We present two projects that facilitate collective music creativity over networks. One system is a participative social music system on mobile devices. The other is a collaborative music mixing environment that adheres to the Creative Commons license . We discuss how network and community infrastructures affect the creative musical process, and the implications for artists creating new content for these formats. The projects described are real-world examples of collaborative systems as musical works.
Tanaka, A., Tokui, N., and Momeni, A. Facilitating Collective Musical Creativity. Proceedings of ACM Multimedia, 2005.