Slash Enters Metaverse via Soundscape VR For Virtual Reality Concert

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By Fábio Moniz

Soundscape VR is the “most advanced metaverse and the purest” Virtual Reality platform that allows users to have “hyper-immersive visual arts and sound experiences.”

It’s what that in mind, that when an entity such as this, pairs with one of the biggest guitarists in the world, great things can happen, and luck would have it, Soundscape VR has done just that, in teaming with none other than #Guns N’ Roses Les Paul slinging legend, Slash (@Slash).

Developed by Groove Science Studios, this platform and its Magic Mirror Musical Metaverse have added to their library Slash FT. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators’ “Live At Studios 60.” This means that fans of the band will be able to experience, on their Soundscape VR, the band’s latest release, 4.

Virtual Reality enables people to have an unlimited audio-visual experience, with no limit regarding the number of participants. Soundscape VR’s founder and creator Eric Alexander went on to say, “It’s a milestone for SVR to showcase legendary artists like Slash,” adding, “Artists everywhere are seeing SVR & Magic Mirror as the ultimate digital presentation of their art, giving their fans a totally original experience built for the highest levels of immersion.”

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Slash could not hide his excitement regarding being included in such an immersive and innovative form of experience, that allows their fans a different perspective from the traditional:

“I’m really excited about this cool VR interpretation of our live performance at Studios 60. It’s a new and immersive visual that gives it a greater ‘in the room’ feel.”

As for 4, it signifies the group’s first time recording at RCA Studio A, Nashville, Tennessee. The album is a throwback of sorts, featuring an all-live sound, something, “The band had longed for,” according to producer, Dave Cobb.

Myles Kennedy (vocals), Brent Fritz (drums), Todd Kerns (bass), and Frank Sidoris (guitars), along with Slash, are now part of a 24/7 music festival to be experienced while exploring worlds such as “Twilight Thicket.” All this and much more is available free of cost on Steam VR and Oculus Rift.

Users can also keep themselves up to date in regards to new content through Magic Mirror by following them on social media and by visiting their website.

This partnership also comes with some surprises, as Soundscape and Slash teamed up “to give away an autographed Epiphone Slash Les Paul guitar.” Make sure you enter today and good luck.

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