Razer was able to attract a host of big names in electronic music to contribute to the new website, including deadmau5, Feed Me (also known as Spor), Metro Boomin, Dyro, and Ean Golden. Content will range from how-to videos and articles about music production and the technology used, to artist pages from top acts. The platform’s body of content will grow over time and feature other favorites as well, such as Carnage, Project 46, Varien, Heatbeat, Sandro Silva, AWE, BARE, Burns, Maor Levi, and Zircon.
Along with instructional content and tutorials, the platform’s dedicated artist pages will feature bios, music, tour dates, and more. The service will include insight into the future of music production, and fans will actually get to watch the artists they love make music — all in one place. On top of that, the platform will function as a common portal for producers and creators to share content and exchange tips and advice.
The company highlighted that its Razer Blade laptop is the primary laptop used for music production for the artists involved with the new initiative so far. “Artists and DJs from all over the world have connected with me to discuss producing on the Razer Blade,” says Min-Liang Tan, co-founder and CEO of Razer in a press release. “The power and portable form factor of our systems offer artists the performance they need, whether in the studio, on the road, or onstage.”
Another big piece of news that came from the company today is that it has joined forces with Image-Line to ensure that FL Studio Producer Edition is now included with the purchase of all Blade laptops.
Users interested in finding out more about Razer Music can check out the website starting today.
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