Singapore-based Company BandLab is excited to announce 30 Million registered users are utilizing the social space of their platform, and collaborating on music creation with ease. The company has seen a record 150% increase in users since 2019.
More users began to use the platform throughout the pandemic as musicians everywhere turned to collaborative tech to continue their musical journeys.
BandLab’s cloud-based software encourages music making, from wherever the creator desires, and encourages a community connection between these creators.
BandLab’s 30 Million-Strong User Base Unlocks New Waves of Musical Creativity
BandLab, the mobile-first recording, editing, and sharing platform, now boasts more than 30 million users, a 150% jump since 2019.
Music creation is now more accessible than it has ever been.
We’ve seen activity grow naturally, Last year, it exploded and it hasn’t slowed down. Even as circumstances changed in places around the world, creativity has remained a part of people’s livesBandLab CEO Meng Ru Kuok.
BandLab lets music makers record, edit, and post tracks. Users can grab free custom sounds and sample sets to , and they can apply any number of effects to their creations.
A lot of BandLabs popularity lies within its uniqueness. BandLab offers the ability for users to work seamlessly on any device, all synched via the cloud, and to invite others to collaborate in real time with them. They can then choose to make the results public and get feedback and support from fans and fellow creators.
Big numbers on BandLab are great, but what’s really exciting is the active usage of the product. Music making means you need to be active, not just passively scrolling a feed, The scale of the usage around the world shows the democratization of music creation. We sit so far upstream, as close as you can get to intent to action. That’s why our users trend young and relatively more gender balanced than audio sharing platforms and studio tech traditionally have been. It’s extremely inspiringKuok on Bandlab
The new shift and interest in audio makes this wave of creativity all the more intriguing. “YouTube made everyone understand they needed to be a video creator,” says Kuok. As audio continues to evolve and grow in importance, everyone needs to become a music creator.