The buzz around the music-making community on Twitch is growing louder and louder by the day.
With an endless stream of career-changing beat challenges, live sample flips and feedback sessions, there’s been no shortage of livestreams to indulge in some backseat producing. However, with the rise of an online collaborative studio that lets streamers make music with fans in real-time, we’re moving into an exciting new phase.
For this round of community wrap-up, we’re sharing two recent livestreams that celebrate the creative power of collab sessions — and the wonderfully chaotic energy that comes with a remote co-op experience on Soundation.
Bishu throws a collabfest with fans
Monstercat mainstay Bishu opens up a stage for his fans to go head to head in a 5-person collab challenge. Each team does their best to make a track within 45 minutes while Bishu does his best to help out in real-time (and try not to laugh). Armed with Ableton and Splice, he managed to collaborate with 15 producers within just 3 hours, churning out something between poppy future house and groovy dubstep.
Spell316 tries out a new way to collab
10 Subscribers from around the world joined forces with Spell316 as they cooked up some lofi hip hop grooves. Using Ableton and Behringer Poly D alongside Soundation, Spell316 builds a solid arrangement as his collaborators drop their verses. The beats are as chill as the collab session. No wonder his fans have been asking him to make a collabfest a weekly event on his channel.
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