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Recent behavioral and cultural changes driven by the paradigm of mass collaboration highlighted the phenomenon of crowdsourcing as an innovative and promising production model, with positive effects in several business areas. In the field of music, the so called wave of crowds has fostered creative processes where people from anywhere in the world with Internet access can collaborate in different ways in musical productions, even not being practitioners. The present work is a study of crowddoi:10.1109/icsmc.2012.6377831 dblp:conf/smc/GomesSMS12 fatcat:bl3qnmz3xnfp5jj2bjmhrylgyq