Collaboration has always been at the heart of making music. Thanks to a new generate of collaborative music apps, musicians can continue creating music together, even when a global pandemic has kept them apart.
One example is Endlesss. Launched at the beginning of lockdown last year, the platform combines software recreations of drum machines, samplers, synths and FX, with a ‘tap to loop’ workflow. It also accepts live audio for use with guitars, mics and other external instruments.
Endlesss has enabled people from around the world to jam with each other remotely. This year band, The Veltrons, release their second album, having met on the app in 2020.
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