indiloop, an accessible means to remix music for beginners, has announced the launch of an unprecedented music remixing platform. Using the isolated instrumental and vocal tracks uploaded by users, the new service has expanded its offering to allow users to pull audio from YouTube, SoundCloud, Vimeo and more.
indiloop was created to be the first place that people go to create music and something that can be put into the hands of the consumer or aspiring music producer/DJ.
For its users, the cloud-based platform is as simple as finding their favorite audio track and uploading or pasting the link into the indiloop mixer. From there, tracks can dragged, dropped and formulated into their own musical creation. Once the remix is done, users can show off their creation by sharing the stream to the social networks of their choice.
indiloop promises to be completely user friendly. Users can be fans of old school funk, new releases or just listening to sounds that their pet makes, because they have the ability to create their own music genre.
Notable partnerships in place include:
• Vans Warped Tour - For the second year in a row, Vans is using indiloop to increase fan engagement for the traveling music festival. Participating labels include Fearless Records, Epitaph, Hopeless and Red Bull.
• Hohokum PS4 Remix Contest - The first fan-based remix contest with stems from a popular video game. Presented by Ghostly International (Ghostly Records).
• Nettwerk Records Remix Contest - Featuring artists such as Hey Ocean, Sarah McLachlan, Ghost Beach and Morgan Page. Nettwerk Records has partnered with indiloop to expand the reach of their marketing efforts.
“Our test drive with Fearless Records and Vans Warped Tour was undeniable proof that limiting remixing to DJs is outdated,” says Erik Ashdown, CEO of indiloop. “[Other users] want in on the action. In just 40 days, users spent an average of 41 minutes on our site, creating 8000 remixes on the indiloop beta. Their feedback called for more features, and we listened. We can't wait to see what happens next.”
For more information, visit indiloop.com.