The day, the creator of the Voisey app, Ollie Barnes, comments to acknowledge on my content
As you've read in my previous articles in 2020, after the pandemic hit the entire entertainment industry, there are quite a few apps that kept me from losing my mind and allowed me to approach my musical & content creating ideas differently. One of the goto places was the Voisey.app. I was immediately intrigued when I saw that producers like myself could upload beats and artists could perform 4 tracks/screens of audio & visuals over the loops in different combinations by sharing them with others. After hearing a few videos, I became curious about how the artist were able to make these recordings. I remember pushing that middle bottom button and seeing the multitude of tracks by various producers that I went to test the process. In one instant, I was fascinated by how easy it was. Then what became even more interesting was the community of creatives that would come to support give feedback and even overdub my ideas to show me and the rest of the community their ideas.
Needless to say I started spending anywhere between 20min-2hr a day creating what's called "Voisey's" on this app. I hadn't realized that I had gotten so used to creating content here that I finally noticed that I hadn't even added a beat of my own on the platform in 3months, yet I had done 100+ Voisey's with stat of 7500 likes
But by this moment I was approaching 23,000 likes so I decided to get in a collaboration with a top trending artist on the app by the name of Zorenzo, a multitalented artist that has a skill of naturally simulating the sound of live instruments. I found a open collab of him simulating the sound of a trumpet and doing a freestyle improv with a rendition of Beyonce's DeJaVu that was amazing. I jumped in the 1st box and played a classic sine bend sound and went to the talkbox in the 3 box. The vibe was amazing live feel with a track by PoweFam. Check out the video: