Technology grid is spanning through almost all sectors is now racing towards music and entertainment industry. It will set a new trend of musicians playing music without the instrument's physical existence. The new VR technology by Lyra places musician in a virtual environment with a palette of samples, sounds and instruments along with various controllers – a keyboard, drum pads, and the like.
These tools allow musicians to create and record hits, notes, and chords, which appear as colorful gem-like objects that hang in the air, and musician can move around in space to change their characteristic. It’s an absorbing and unique music-making experience, although at this stage, the lack of DAW integration may deter many professional music-makers, who’ll miss their professional synths and sample libraries. However, “The Music Room” from Melbourne-based developer Chroma Coda can fulfil this wish: it provides a collection of instruments that you play in VR, and which act as MIDI controllers that can be used in conjunction with any DAW.
For more information, visit https://lyravr.com/