The decentralised anonymous music artist omgkirby has teamed with OpenSea and Channel Tres to launch a first-of-its-kind generative music NFT collection. The highly-anticipated collection consists of 5,550 generatively-created songs from Channel Tres and visuals by Werlan Meyer.
About the generatively-created music NFTs
The omgkirby x Channel Tres collection offers buyers blockchain-verified, complete ownership of their song. Unlike other music NFTs, it includes both rights to the song recording as well as the publishing.
Each track is unique. It consists of its own combination of intro, outro, transition, chorus, BPM and key. Therefore, collectors can upload their new Channel Tres songs to DSPs and also use them for their own content. The omgkirby x Channel Tres collection is now available on OpenSea.
“Our drop with Channel Tres is our most groundbreaking yet. We’re further pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in generative music. The songs are created from a blend of human and machine that mixes keys, tempos, and arrangements while being full-length tracks featuring the vocals and sounds of the incredible Channel Tres,” said omgkirby.
The omgkirby DAO was formed with its Genesis Collection – a collection of 3,000 one-of-a-kind generative lo-fi beats. After selling out in minutes, the generative songs took on a life of their own. They organically landed in the hands of big artists like Jaden Smith, and also landed spots on Spotify editorial playlists.
omgkirby’s model of complete IP ownership over songs has attracted a cult-like following. The DAO encourages community involvement through various incentives, such as community-approved reward structures. This latest drop continues to expand omgkirby’s reputation in both the Web3 and music industry spheres.