Razer launches Razer Music with production tutorials from Deadmau5, Feed Me, and more
Considered one of the top companies geared toward gamers, Razer has earned a strong reputation within the community for their top-of-the-line laptops, cloud platforms, and other services offered. It turns out, however, that another niche market has formed around their products, specifically the Razer Blade laptop and its value in electronic music. “While the Blade was designed for gamers, Razer realized that many producers were also gamers who used their Razer systems for their music production,” notes the company website. Upon learning about this development, Razer Music was launched.
Similar to services offered for gamers, Razer Music defines itself as a digital content platform for aspiring producers aimed at pioneering the future of EDM. To assist in this venture, several notable producers who also use the Blade laptop for gaming agreed to provide tutorials and artist insight to users of the platform. The roster is pretty impressive; listed as the core “team members” are Deadmau5, Feed Me, Carnage, Dyro, and more. Furthermore, Razer has teamed with production giants FL Studios to provide anyone who purchases Razer Blade laptop with the latest edition of the company’s software. Check out Feed Me’s inaugural tutorial for Razer Music above.
Check out Razer Music here.