As an already successful headphone company, Razer has revealed the next push they will be undertaking in strides to separate themselves from everyone else: Razer Music. In the past, Razer has focused primarily on catering to the video gaming industry. High powered computers and attachments were tailored to one of the toughest markets out there, and now, they are using their leverage to break into the rapidly expanding electronic music scene.
The move comes as no surprise due to the quality of production equipment Razer already has in their arsenal. To help with the launch of their new platform, Razer Music has enlisted the help of some of the top artists in the industry such as Deadmau5, Feed Me, Carnage and more.
To start, Razer Music has begun with having artists give some of their favorite production tips for fans to learn about. Today they launched their new trailer that unveils Razer Music to the world and as a cherry on top, they also released a video of Feed Me/Spor giving a Drum N Bass patch tutorial.
Sit tight fans, because Razer Music isn’t going anywhere. Check out the trailer and production tutorial below:
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