MxRay is a Canadian music project that explores the possibilities offered by the continually evolving Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) and exploits the concept of virtual musical production. Founder, programmer, and keyboardist Zoli, is responsible for the projects direction and is its only current official member. The music, experimental in nature, spans over a wide range of genres, using Virtual Software Instruments, Vocal and Speech Synthesizers and a vast Sampled Sound Pool Libraries offered by top studios and OEMs like Magix, EastWest, Zero-G and FL Studio. This wide musical landscape, dynamics, and near perfect sound quality is only made possible by ever more affordable, widely accessible and powerful software based musical processing tools and emerging technologies like Melodyne and Vocaloid. This State of the Art methodically saves up all what came before, ads the new, leverages it, and serves it to creators in forms of infinitely expandable virtual studios and vast powerful content libraries. It allows for endless possibilities to create new derivations infused by any desired degree of originality. As theses tools rapidly evolve and reduce in size they do gradually synchronize to performers in real time leaving possibilities to imagination.
“Can only feel being born decades too early”.