As I am an unsigned composer of electronic music, I have no restrictions by third party recording/publishing companies. That gives me full freedom how I want to use/distribute my music
I had a break from making music for almost 3 years now, and I feel I want to start up again.
In the past I collaborated with singers who sang vocals to my electronic tracks. And again, I am searching for female vocalist(s) to collaborate with.
I work with a concept that there is no “vocal exclusivity”. It means that if you like one of my instrumentals, you can sing your own version to it, even if someone else added vocals to it in the past.
That means for you also full freedom to make your own version on an instrumental of your choice.
If you consider to write and sing full lyrics to a certain instrumental difficult, you can also add a few vocal samples and hooks, which is common in electronic music.
When a project is finished we can upload it in the common media like Soundcloud and YouTube.
But as these common media are so saturated with EDM-Producers and singers I wanna experiment with a different way to get listeners for our tracks.
One of the reasons for my absence the last 3 years is my huge interest in VR. I discovered that there are social platforms in VR where you can give shows/presentations.
Be aware that the audience in such VR apps is at the moment limited in numbers, but on the other hand you can have direct voice-communication with your listeners.
Therefore I am looking for female vocalist(s) who have the following characteristics.
- You can sing decent - good.
- You can write your own lyrics (or vocal samples/phrases)
- You can record your singing on a laptop/pc or elsewise.
- You are interested to explore how VR can be a medium to promote our music
Although you can visit the VR social app that I use via 2D behind a PC, it is preferable that you already own a VR headset.
(Cardboard headsets and plastic cellphone VR headsets don't work with this social VR app that I use)
So if you are looking for an experimental (fun) project and consider it interesting to search for ways to present our music in VR, then feel free to respond.
Unpaid – this is a collaboration opportunity
Collaborations should create mutual benefit and are usually amateur, student or 'Time for Print' projects.
Female, aged 18 and over
Applications closed 1 October 2020.