The tools needed to create and share great music can and should be open and accessible to everyone. To this end, we’re excited to announce that the recording studio at our Berlin HQ is now open to all artists, established and emerging alike, via Studiotime.io.
Studiotime.io is a platform that makes it easy for musicians to find and book studio space at the time, location and price that makes sense for them. The service gives artists access to the best studio spaces around the world, including, as of now, the state-of-the-art studio in our Berlin HQ.
So if you think you’ve got what it takes to become the next big thing or if you’ve ever dreamed of recording an album in the studio, join us in Berlin. Find a time that works, book the space and bring your best – we’ll handle the heavy lifting.
Call it wacky. Call it unique. Hell, call it weird. In this week’s Three Links, we get into celebrating the glorious weirdness of humanity (and arachnids).
Ever heard of Chapstep? How about Babymetal? Our Co-founder and CTO Eric Wahlforss and talks micro-genres and the future of music at Tech Open Air.
Little Simz isn’t “someone you can put in a box” and we love that.
Gif of the week.
When you’re dancing to your favorite track in your mirror…at home…all alone.
Introducing Three Links, a new feature where we hit you with three interesting links every week. In our inaugural issue, we present:
Oxford University Press explains how SoundCloud allows artists to be themselves.
Romiti spills her creative crush.
Tuesday after a long holiday weekend? Time to avoid humans.