Technologies

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This Shopify storefront site is in progress and not operational (beta). Our $1 "jukebox" function is for demonstration only at the moment, but will allow event planners and potential singers to select songs using this website. Please stand by as changes, edits, and fixes are being made. For booking enquiries, contact us directly at rockaokelive604@gmail.com
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The Rockaoke Live! and now SetCrafter™ concepts work around some collaborative technology platforms that have been critical to teamwork and product/service development. The most fundamental of these is Trello (see the animated slide presentation below), but also includes Slack, Shopify, and others.

Our current Shopify ecommerce storefront provides the first line of user interaction for event planning clients and singing customers prior and during events. We'd like to allow customers to simply search a song idea to sing, then be able to fulfill that request while offering the KaraFun karaoke practice and lyric video streaming app as a value added service.

Similarly, we'd like event planners to be able to book the band directly through a website transaction, then provide a code or codes to use the "jukebox" song selection features. The Brown Paper Tickets auction site allows singers and sponsors to bid on the ten available songs in our "Invitational" sets.

Or, if it's not available, suggest alternate selections based on the same artist and/or what other customers have selected based on some past data analysis. The following example uses Zendesk integrated with our backend Trello system to accomplish this functionality:

Other key technologies on the karaoke/instrumental track and licensing side is are Recisio's KaraokeVersion, KaraFun, and Okarima platforms. This page will show the roadmap for integrated development of these technologies into something positioned like a "RockBand Pro" platform. An rough cut excerpt from an older October 2014 presentation on the concept (and its integration with the Trello platform) can be seen here...