Places online to meet and collaborate with other musicians? Apps, websites etc?

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Is there a "Tinder" for musicians? I get some ads on Instagram for an app (the name escapes me), but it doesn't have that many reviews in the app store.
With the pandemic, my age etc, and location, (language barrier), I'm not out and about networking, so thought I might see what is available online. e.g. you connect with a violin player or a drummer etc and they could collaborate with you.
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  • fastonebazfastonebaz Frets: 2384
    Bandmix 
    Joinmyband 
    Muso finder
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  • fastonebazfastonebaz Frets: 2384
    Oh you mean hot chicks in your area who want to have a go on your trombone.  I think I've seen adverts for those somewhere but can't for the life of me recall. 
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  • Creed_ClicksCreed_Clicks Frets: 578
    Oh you mean hot chicks in your area who want to have a go on your trombone.  I think I've seen adverts for those somewhere but can't for the life of me recall. 
    ha, steering well clear of that!
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  • Creed_ClicksCreed_Clicks Frets: 578
    edited June 15
    On a similar note, what those apps like Acapella, where you can record different parts and put them altogether as a live video? What would be the best way to go about this? (like the 1000s of lockdown collabs done over the last year, that all passed me by in terms of creation)
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  • ewalewal Frets: 1620
    I did three lockdown virtual performance videos with my local brass band. I just used standard music and video editing software - for me Reaper for sound and Premiere Pro for video. I used these because that's what I had available, but sure there are easier options.
    The Scrambler-EE Walk soundcloud experience
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  • spark240spark240 Frets: 1732
    Kompoz


    Mac Mini i7, 2.3Ghz.
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  • LebarqueLebarque Frets: 2184
    My friend said Grindr's good.
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  • Creed_ClicksCreed_Clicks Frets: 578
    Lebarque said:
    My friend said Grindr's good.
    How did you get on with it yourself?
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  • Creed_ClicksCreed_Clicks Frets: 578
    ewal said:
    I did three lockdown virtual performance videos with my local brass band. I just used standard music and video editing software - for me Reaper for sound and Premiere Pro for video. I used these because that's what I had available, but sure there are easier options.
    I use Reaper and have an iphone with imovie, so maybe that could work. I'm a luddite when it comes to this.
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  • LebarqueLebarque Frets: 2184
    Lebarque said:
    My friend said Grindr's good.
    How did you get on with it yourself?
    Meh. Not many ladies on there, so I came here instead. Eh? Oh.
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