The Age of Mass Music Creation with Meng Kuok from BandLab
Updated: Jul 23, 2021
In the age of mass music creation, the mobile phone is everyone’s first instrument. This week Meng Kuok, founder of BandLab joins host Dmitri Vietze to explore how the powerful, cross platform DAW is outperforming Garageband and empowering over 37 million artists around the world.
Find out how BandLab is streamlining the creative workflow, allowing artists to create, record, mix, and share all on one mobile platform. With creator connect on BandLab 10.0, artists can get feedback on current creations, collaborate on new projects, and get inspiration from other creators around the world. Meng shares the importance of investing in the value of artists, from beginners to seasoned pros. Discover the new meaning of “mobile” in the post-pandemic era, which no longer just means “on-the-go”. Find out how BandLab is partnering with the 2021 Music Tectonics Conference to sponsor this year’s music tech startup competition and learn how to enter.
1:44 What is BandLab?
BandLab Founder Meng Ru Kuok Talks Reaching 30 Million Users, Outselling GarageBand And Empowering Music-Makers Around The World
3:00 Social Music 7:33 BandLab artist community
12:35 Cool features on BandLab
16:04 The past year at BandLab
18:40 BandLab 10.0
BandLab 10.0 arrives with a complete sampler, mastering upgrades and direct upload to TikTok
BandLab Unveils Even More Powerful Creator Tools and Social Elements that Work Everywhere
24:03 The new meaning of mobile
27:30 Visual creator apps vs music creator apps
31:00 Music creator accessibility
35:38 Music being de-valued?
44:50 2021 Music Tectonics Conference Startup Competition
Learn more and apply for BandLab Presents Swimming with Narwhals: a Music Tech Pitch Competition
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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.