SoundGym Introduces 'Live Community' to Keep Music Makers Connected

While everyone is self-isolating and doing their part to stem the spread of COVID-19, it's important for everyone, including musicians to stay occupied and engaged with each other. With that in mind, SoundGym has introduced  the 'Live Community', a new video broadcasting feature meant to enable  musicians to help each other learn, improve, and get inspired.

You can sign up for a free membership HERE.

With this new feature, music makers can broadcast live events, play a gig, share a studio  session, cooperate, make music together and get social from their home  studio.

"We hope that the 'Live Community' will help musicians, producers, and  engineers feel more connected and less isolated in these difficult times  of social distancing," the company says.

"It's uncertain times for all of us. Some of us are in quarantine, others are staying home voluntarily. The world is changing, our daily routine is broken and we are looking for something to hold on," says SoundGym CEO Noam Gingold. For me, this community is a source of comfort. Amazing guys and girls, music makers from all over the world, helping each other grow. Insist on following their dreams, on learning and improving, on making music even in hard times. Especially in hard times. We were inspired and wanted to offer something in return."

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Michael Raine is the Editor-in-Chief at Canadian Musician and Canadian Music Trade magazines. He also hosts the Canadian Musician Podcast.
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