CollegeBand Releases Sitewide Update: Features Free and Public Statistical Analysis of Artists On Site, Design Flourishes
Beverly Hills, CA - CollegeBand® today announced the release of Chron Passion 1.8.1 (CP181), the highly anticipated desktop update that’s simultaneously and anecdotally already being referred to as both “interesting” and “colorful.”
“CP181 is all about utilizing CollegeBand’s immense data pools to create a fun and self-perpetuating numerical engine,” said project lead Dr. Geoff Abbott. “Ultimately, data will enhance an artist's understanding of the CollegeBand ecosystem, leaving them with more time to level their focus on the creative endeavors we’ve all come to love."
Notably, CP181 brings together technologies from mostly non-musical disciplines to render reports and analysis of an artist's performance across the CollegeBand genre and collegeband.com web infrastructure.
Additional features include:
☑️ Artist, album and track level performance metrics
☑️ Cutting-edge artist morale analysis
☑️ Site-wide Award systems
☑️ Other bands viewed as bubbles
CP181 also includes a fresh artist page re-design that CEO Reed Seerman will only describe as “subtle," with site wide adoption of the newer aesthetics promised in the coming weeks.
Recording artist Vampire the Buffy Slayer, offered an early beta version of the update, was quick to add "...there are some real discoveries here. How any artist existed before these data points, I’ll never know.”
To experience the full update please visit any artist page on collegeband.com. Then tell our engineers how you feel here.