Slash, the guitarist for Guns N’ Roses, has joined the metaverse in order to conduct a performance inside of virtual reality. Slash Featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators will be joining the company’s Magic Mirror Musical Metaverse as a result of a collaboration with Groove Science Studios, the creator of the virtual reality music platform Soundscape VR, which has been in operation for the longest amount of time.
The band will be debuting all 10 songs from Slash’s newest album, 4, during their performance at Live At Studios 60
Slash is quoted as saying, “I’m incredibly psyched about this fantastic VR version of our live performance at Studios 60.” “It’s a brand-new, immersive picture that creates a fantastic ‘in the room’ sense.”
Eric Alexander, the founder and creator of Soundscape VR, shared his thoughts on the matter, saying, “It’s a milestone for SVR to display famous artists like Slash.”
Artists all around the world are seeing SVR and Magic Mirror as the ultimate digital presentation of their work because it provides viewers with an experience that is completely unique and is built for the highest degrees of immersion. Soundscape maintains its position as the undisputed leader in the investigation and presentation of the world’s most cutting-edge musical metaverse technologies.
The augmented reality and virtual reality markets are now seeing explosive growth, which is projected to reach 209.2 billion dollars by the end of this year. The Magic Mirror is a platform provided by Soundscape VR that allows musicians to exhibit their work in a digital environment that is both immersive and rapidly expanding. This environment combines virtual reality, augmented reality, and the internet.
Guests visiting the virtual reality show will have the opportunity to personalize an avatar of themselves by selecting new cosmetic options, including new hairstyles, clothing, and other items.
Users can attend these special Magic Mirror performances by downloading SVR for free from Steam VR or Oculus Home, depending on which platform they choose.