Welcome to Razer Music, the newest player in music production.
In the world of music, producers have a multitude of software they can use, such as Ableton Live, Frooty Loops, and Logic Pro, just to name a few. Recently, a new player has come for a seat at the table: Razer Music. With endorsements from artists like deadmau5, Feed Me, and now Anderson .Paak, they have been doing pretty well for themselves.
So why are we even talking about this software? What separates them from all the other, better-known software? Razer offers a software platform that does not take a rocket scientist to figure out, much like Ableton Live – but the key difference I see and admire is the time Razer puts in to interact with their user base.
On the Razer website, you have the option to read articles and watch videos that put you one on one with a well-known artist who is using the software. With Razer you can tour deadmau5’s studio or learn to make grittier beats with Feed Me as he walks you through his creative process. Seriously, go ahead and watch it below…
Check out Feed Me’s Razer Music video on creating samples and leads on YouTube:
Razer has a very solid product, and user growth has been on a steady climb since its 2015 revamp. With its most recent success, Razer plans to hit the road with the 2017 Razer Experience Tour, starting on May 28. Attendees experience Razer’s latest laptops and accessories, as well as over 20 interactive demo stations with everything from virtual reality gaming to artists from the FL Studio and Razer Chroma devices.
Most recently, hip-hop titan Anderson .Paak has taken up the Razer platform. Just the other day, he teased us with a preview of his latest work, “Twink Hop.” The Grammy Award Nominee for “Best New Artist” and “Best Contemporary Urban Album” has all my confidence and only boosts Razer’s credibility. How can one argue with a Grammy Nominee who only really made it into the limelight in the last year or so?
I could go on and on for days about why Anderson .Paak is the greatest thing to happen to hip-hop since Dr. Dre’s The Chromic, but I’ve said enough. We have a lot to look forward to from this platform and the artists using it.
Check out the Razer Music trailer on YouTube:
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