Stuck inside? Collaborate Musically with Endlesss… Now on iOS
There is a new generation of apps and platforms for listeners to become musicians and many of them allow you to collaborate remotely. What will make them reach the next level? A worldwide quarantine! Sounds like a perfect time to launch an app, right? Tim Exile — electronic artist turned tech founder — rocks out some tunes on this episode, jamming across oceans, while he explains to podcast host Dmitri Vietze just how looped collaboration sidesteps the latency challenge of working across the planet. He tells how users from four countries formed a band and even though they have never met in person are about to release a new record. He describes how artist Flux Pavilion is sharing an Endlesss track a day for the month of March. And he says that while some people are wasting away their lives playing Candy Crush, others are obsessively making music for the first time on Endlesss.
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The Music Tectonics podcast goes beneath the surface of the music industry to explore how technology is changing the way business gets done. Weekly episodes include interviews with music tech movers & shakers, deep dives into seismic shifts, and more.