Survios simply launched its music-making platform Electronauts (2018) on Quest, letting you construct, drop, and remix tracks utilizing the DJ app’s intelligent VR-native controls. What’s extra, for those who already personal Electronauts on Rift (bought via the Oculus Retailer), you’ll have the ability to jam without spending a dime on Quest.
The platform’s Quest port consists of the whole roster of tracks which are presently out there on Vive and Rift, together with its newest Monstercat content material replace.
Electronauts now boasts over 40 songs from 50-plus artists, together with standard EDM and hip-hop artists Odesza, 12th Planet, Krewella, The Chainsmokers, and Tokimonsta.
When you haven’t performed round with it earlier than, and are taken with music creation, Electronauts is a reasonably distinctive app that brings quite a bit to the desk.
Whereas its interface is easy to make use of, the app really has a reasonably spectacular set of instruments, offered to the consumer as bodily objects you can simply manipulate together with your movement controllers. We appreciated Electronauts a lot we gave it a strong [9/10] in our in-depth assessment, and likewise lauded it with a Highway to VR Design Award this previous 12 months for ‘Excellence in Consumer Interface’.
You could find Electronauts on Quest for $20 on the Oculus Retailer.