Unique Web Startup Crowd Audio Launches the Music Mixing Revolution

artist: Misc date: 07/28/2014 category: industry news

Sign up to get weekly digest with top stories from UG. Ads free, only news.

Thanks for subscribing! Check your email soon for some great stories from UG

I like this
30
votes: 3
views: 781
Unique Web Startup Crowd Audio Launches the Music Mixing Revolution
Crowd Audio, a unique music production marketplace connecting musicians with home studio engineers recently launched into Beta. After a successful Indiegogo campaign they raised funds to develop their Beta website, accommodating their growing user base of musicians and engineers.

Crowd Audio helps over 3 million passionate musicians connect with more than 400,000 audio engineers that know how to mix their music. In turn, the audio engineers get an opportunity to improve their skills,  earn money and gain exposure for their work.

In their past competitions, musicians have received over 20 different mixes of their music from all around the world. Crowd Audio strives to reach the musicians that don't have access to commercial studios but still want a professional sound from their home recordings. Their audio engineers are from 27 different countries and have an average of 11 years of experience mixing music.

Crowd Audio has already worked with musicians of diverse backgrounds and genres ranging from indie pop artists from Brooklyn, dance composers in France and hip-hop producers in Switzerland. "I consider my collaboration with Crowd Audio a success and can't wait to use their service again... This sounds a lot better than any mix of this song that I could have produced on my own." says Rory McMillan, a returning Crowd Audio customer from Knoxville, Tennessee.

Co-founders Alex, Bjorgvin and Chris are very excited about their venture. Bjorgvin has a vision for their venture, "I want to change the way music is produced. There are too many talented individuals out there,  whether they are musicians or engineers that don't get the opportunity to really make their skills shine. There are great engineers in small towns and random countries that lend character to the music they produce, a character that bands don't get the opportunity to explore because they're forced to use the engineers closer to home because they don't know how or where to look for audio engineers to help with their music."

You can learn more about Crowd Audio at their website, Facebook or Twitter.
Submit your story new
More Misc news:
+ Check out Fret Friend, a New Learning Tool That Lets You Draw on Your Fret Board General Music News 02/06/2016
+ Tarantino's 'Hateful Eight' Includes Real Destruction of Priceless Antique Guitar WTF? 02/05/2016
+ What Legends Like: These Are Favorite Solos of 11 Guitar Icons Entertainment 02/04/2016
+ Watch: You Can Now Actually Play Invisible Drums Through Power of Technology and Oculus Rift Entertainment 02/04/2016
+ Politics N' Music: This Is the Favorite Music of 2016 US Presidential Candidates Entertainment 02/03/2016
+ Watch: Street Guitarist Delivers Mind-Blowing Performance, People Barely Pay Attention Entertainment 02/02/2016
+ view all
Comments
BIU:)
Only "https" links are allowed for pictures,
otherwise they won't appear