Facebook’s internal R&D group, NPE Team, is rolling out yet another new app today called Collab after having just launched a new group audio calling app, CatchUp, on Tuesday.
With Collab, the focus has now returned to video, and specifically, the concept of watching, mixing, and matching original videos together, beginning with music.
Though focused on music, you don’t necessarily have to be a gifted musician to publish to Collab.
There are a number of existing apps that allow users to collaborate with others on music, including by mixing sounds, making recordings, and arranging compositions.
Collab, meanwhile, is more open to mainstream users — including those who play music for fun or are just fans of music in general.

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