It has been a terrible time for musicians, music venues, and music lovers ever since the Covid-19 pandemic started last year. Musicians all across the country can no longer play live to large audiences And if they do play live, it’s usually to a very small group.
RecordME, based in Torrington, is offering musicians the technology and the know-how for live virtual concerts. These virtual concerts replicate in-person performances. With virtual arenas for audiences, this is a way for musicians to sell tickets online.
“Musicians are dying for an opportunity like this,” RecordME founder John Fiorello said in an interview with The Winsted Phoenix. “A lot of musicians’ incomes are dependent on performing. The pandemic has affected them both financially and emotionally.”
Fiorello said that a musician who wants to take part in a RecordMe event does not have to be a “techie” to operate the company’s technology.
“This technology will allow smaller venues to attract a wider audience that is beyond their geographical reach,” he said. “It will give performers a wider audience. With our technology, people will still feel like they are attending an event. But now they can be with their friends from places around the world.”
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