Slash’s new album with Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators, titled 4will make its virtual reality debut through a new partnership with Soundscape VR – the longest-running music platform consisting solely of virtual reality performances.
Soundscape has what it calls a ‘Magic Mirror Musical Metaverse’ and has announced the addition of: Slash with Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators “Live at Studios 60” to the dynamic virtual concert space it created.
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The virtual concert world created by Soundscape VR (opens in new tab) (SVR) would perfectly reflect the nature of the musicians, with soaring vocals and realistic renditions of unforgettable melodies. “I’m really excited about this cool VR interpretation of our live performance at Studios 60,” said Slash. “It’s a new and immersive visual that gives it a great ‘in the room’ feel.”
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Eric Alexander, founder and creator of Soundscape VR, thinks this virtual concert is a milestone for the company. “Artists everywhere see SVR & Magic Mirror as the ultimate digital presentation of their art, giving their fans a totally original experience built for the highest level of immersion. Soundscape continues to lead the world in the exploration and reproduction of the most advanced musical metaverse technologies.”
Describing itself as the future of music, the Soundscape VR universe is available for download and can be experienced on both Steam and Oculus compatible devices. Comprised of VR, XR, and AR music technologies, the platform offers a stable user base of over 100,000 people, five immersive audio-reactive worlds (using Sonic AI), and the ability to connect with friends and friends live in VR. other worldwide music lovers.
Soundscape also allows users to choose and stream their own music, and it even includes a Beat Saber-style game called Spectra Dash, where you blow things up with friends in VR to a specific soundtrack. As if this wasn’t immersive enough, SVR will also appear as a mixed reality concert stage present at music festivals across the US.
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The global AR and VR market is expected to grow to 209.2 billion by the end of 2022, and a new version of SVR’s Sonic AI is now helping to shape experiences and its music metaverse worlds like never before. Armed with their customizable avatars, users can explore immersive, audio-reactive worlds while rocking out to Slash.
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