Since 2000 the music business and economy has changed drastically.
The income potential for music is much lower, with only a few of the traditional sources left intact.
Live music is one of them – and music for media is another.
But both avenues are very crowded with loads of artists fighting for few opportunities.
To open new frontiers, and to make revisits more interesting, Fluxic offers music that changes and updates continuously.
I have spent many years creating a system to produce a manageable system for this.
The system is now working very nicely, and you may find more detailed description of it elsewhere on this site.
[gdlr_quote align=”center” ]Fluxic gives you music updates that expands upon the original piece of music.[/gdlr_quote]
Just as you get software updates, Fluxic gives you music updates that expands upon the original piece of music.
In some ways looking to the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) principle, where software updates become available as they are developed.
Randomizations, Remixes, Edits, Permutations and Vocalisations are some of the possible variations a track may be exposed to. The developments can be followed on the site
The updated music will be available for listening along with the original.