Async Art is launching a brand new NFT music project, and it could change the music industry forever! The generative project called ‘Music Blueprints’ will allow fans to have a personal song by their favourite artists. In fact, Music Blueprints is now live, and the first offering is ‘Janus’ by Maelstrom & Ipno.
In total, there are 250 available for 0.1 ETH. There are a possible 75 thousand song possibilities when you mint the NFT.
How does the Async Art NFT music project work?
Music Blueprints is a new version of the ‘Blueprints’ NFT feature that has become hugely popular over the last year. Some of the most prominent artists in the NFT space have used it to create their own random and unique NFTs.
Now, Blueprints is coming to music. Async Art is using this revolutionary technology to create generative NFT music.
Basically, when you mint the music NFT, you get a random combination of that song. The process is entirely random, with rarity determined by the artist. In addition, each NFT comes complete with downloadable audio packs. This allows fans to create and combine their songs and make new NFTs.
“Songs in Web 2.0 have been relegated to background music on impersonal algorithmic playlists,” said Achilleas Sarantaris of Async Art. “Async’s Music Blueprints aim to restore that relationship and reward both fans and artists for their passions by creating personalized musical experiences while breaking down technological barriers for creators of all backgrounds”, they added.
Is NFT music the next big thing?
NFT music is evolving, and the latest offering by Async Art is an excellent example of how music NFTs can create a more personal relationship between fans and creators.
Async art is a top-rated NFT generative art platform. Now, with the new ‘Music Blueprints‘, it could become one of the go-to music websites.