Endlesss announces MIXTAPES for sequencing jams into full-length tracks and mixes
The feature is downloadable as an .ens file for Native Instruments’ Reaktor software.
Online music platform Endless and founder Tim Exile have announced MIXTAPES, a tool for sequencing jams and Rifffs into fully-fledged bodies of work.
“MIXTAPES transforms the multi-layered Rifffs you create in Endlesss into beat-matched DJ mixes or Radio-style playlists,” Said the forward-thinking musician-technologist Exile. “Jam out Rifffs in Endlesss then drag and drop them into MIXTAPES to start arranging.
“You will need to install Native Instruments Reaktor to open the MIXTAPES .ens file and of course make sure to grab Endlesss to create, share and remix Rifffs solo or live online with friends. All the Endlesss apps are now completely free across iOS, MacOS and Windows so go install them now!
“I built MIXTAPES because I’ve been blown away by the incredible music the Endlesss community has been making and I wanted a way to curate and showcase that music in a way that’s deeper than exporting short videos but quicker than a multi-day production process in a DAW.”
Endlesss is a collaborative music-making and sharing platform that exists, its own words, “to give humankind an opportunity to harness the super-power of playful, exploratory social creativity.”
The platform’s manifesto explains:
“Endlesss exists to give humankind an opportunity to harness the super-power of playful, exploratory social creativity. We’re building free, accessible collaborative tools that invite everyone to take part in a creative conversation that helps us make sense of our lives, make connections and make magic.”
In our review, we said: “If you’re stuck in a rut as a result of writing music alone, this is a fantastic way to get a direct injection of inspiration and connect with other producers and musicians. There’s no excuse not to check out the free version, and there’s a demo for Infinite, which will let you audition its extra sounds, storage and sampler.”
Check out a short documentary about Endlesss below: