Korean Startup MFU (Music for You) has launched Muzemaker. Muzemaker is another way to communicate by music. These days people are consuming music digitally. Therefore big conglomerates like Apple and Google are getting involved in the music industry. Most of the content consumed on Youtube is music. Cover song content alone is over 250 million.
Muzemaker allows users to divide the music. Therefore you can divide a track into piano sounds, keyboard, electric guitar, bass guitar, drums, strings, chorus, etc.
Why would users want to do this? Simple this will allow users to take out the vocals to practice their singing. Keep just the vocals so they can practice their instruments. Or they might just want to listen to JUST the piano portion.
This will help users easily participate in creating new cover content and have social collaborations with other users. On the platforms, sales can take place as well as get subscribers.
Why use Muzemakers?
Muzemakers is targeting musicians and general users who want to participate in music. Through their open market, they will be allowed to distribute their multitracks. Furthermore, you will be allowed to make and share their own music as well. Think of MFU as the “G-Market” for music.
This will be a new way to listen to music. Also, the platform will be perfect for musicians who are looking to practice for their auditions. As well as singing practices and performances.
A typical song consists of 8-16 measures. As well as an intro, verse, bridge, and subject. The typical running time is usually between 3-4 minutes. Muzemakers helps global distant musicians create music by providing the instrument content online. Musicians can put all these factors together on the Muzemaker platform like Lego blocks to make their own music all on the open market. In spite of various usage of multitracks by instrument, there is no official source to get multitracks for music-related students & band members, and even for artists & pro musicians.
Think of Muzemaker as the Smule of Korea. Koreans love their music and Kpop is one of the hottest forms of music in the world. In addition, reality singing shows are also a big hit in Korea. Karaoke singers in Korea use TV Sori. It is mainly targeting karaoke singers. Muzemaker is all about helping real musicians make music and succeed.