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Endlesss announce Clubs online community

Music creation platform gains co-creation capabilities

Endlesss Clubs online music collaboration chat app

Collaborative music platform Endlesss [yes, that is with three 's' - Ed.] have announced the upcoming launch of Clubs, a new online chat-based space designed specifically for musicians to co-create and publish their music. Described as Discord for music lovers, Clubs offers users a collection of tools to assist with collaboration, sharing large files and publishing their work.

The feature will be integrated into Endlesss’ music creation apps Endlesss Studio and Endlesss for iOS, and will offer a private area for members to create, collaborate and communicate, along with a public area which will allow them to share the resulting work with non-members. The private area will feature multiple channels created by the Club’s host, allowing members to share files and create music whilst interacting with each other via a chat-based interface.

From within the channels, members will be able to send and receive Music Messages containing up to eight layers of audio along with metadata for tempo, key and authors, which can then be added to or remixed by fellow members. We are told it will be possible to create music using a selection of different input methods, including the use of built-in sounds in the Endlesss app, recording live inputs or using VST, AU or AUv3 plug-ins. Users will also be able to import and export audio to or from DAWs such as Ableton Live and FL Studio.

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Clubs will become available though a closed beta test in late 2023, with a public roll-out currently planned for early 2024. The feature will be available through Enlesss’ apps, which are supported on iOS, macOS and Windows platforms. Those interested in taking part in the closed beta can sign up via the link below, with access being granted on a first come, first served basis.

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