A first in the NFT world: a song that is constantly evolving!

A first in the NFT world: a song that is constantly evolving!

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British band HMLTD, which has also performed in Turkey in recent years, announced details of an ambitious project and announced the first “constantly evolving song” with different elements that will be auctioned as NFT.

British band HMLTD, which has also performed in Turkey in recent years, announced details of an ambitious project and announced the first “constantly evolving song” with different elements that will be auctioned as NFT.

With each sequence of the new track ‘leaving ' repeated non-stop in cyberspace, fans will be able to develop the song in a way that fundamentally changes it and produce 6400 songs that are completely different, unheard of. In short, there will be 6400 different versions of a single song. On April 26, the band will release vocals, guitars, chords, bass, drums and FX. Then, it will be up to the new owners to do the song as they wish.

HMLTD follows the likes of Kings Of Leon, Grimes, Gorillaz, Lindsay Lohan and Aphex Twin in using the rising NFT trend. However, the band goes far beyond using NFTS to add value to recordings or artwork by making them regroupable, essentially using the blockchain to create music. Achilleas Sarantaris, drummer of HMLTD, told NME::

“The first thing on most people's mind [with NFTS] was, let's make what we already have unique, let's put my thumbnail on the blockchain or my song on the blockchain. It didn't resonate with me much because it sounds like a cash grab, a bit of a trick. But I immediately thought this could be very good for music, involving the audience in actual creation and making it a work of art rather than just consuming it.”

Commenting further on the project, Achilleas said, " If you buy one of the layers, you essentially check the parts of the song at any given moment. Let's say I buy the drum layer. Then I can go to the gallery [where the main song is stored] and choose which drums I want to have there at the moment. Let's say I choose the acoustic drums, and immediately after that, this fact will be reflected in the song and the artwork, and at that point the person listening to the song will listen to the choice I made until I change my choice.”

Guitarist Duc Peterman, on the subject of the NFT, added::

“We wrote at least 300 or 400 tracks for this song. We wrote it in a way that could go from a piano ballad to a dubstep remix to more Fleetwood Mac or 80s post punk than a synth pop song. We wanted to make sure that each different iteration had a really big Echo about what the song was about. It's probably the second biggest project we've ever done, after our album. It's a crazy job.”

The band claims that the song can be altered to make over 6400 completely different songs in different styles. Lead singer Henry Spychalski said, " there are potentially hundreds of versions of these songs that we've never heard of ourselves. Many of the different iterations and versions that the song goes through over its lifetime will be things we've never heard before. A dynamic work of art that develops permanently, never in a stable state. What we are doing is taking the basic principle of blockchain, which is decentralization, and applying it to artistic creation and to the authorship itself,” he said.

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