By: Anand Harsh
As a touring musician, there was a unique problem Stephan Jacobs kept running into in each city he landed: it was damn near impossible to find studio space.
So he converted his own recording studio into a coding lab, got some of the best developers together from projects like Google, Tinder, and the infamous Tupac hologram, and created Sesh, an all-in-one platform that allows hustling musicians to find a recording studio, rehearsal spaces, gear rental, and even talented session musicians.
So whether your band is looking for a spot to crank out its EP, a sitar player, or a very special, hard-to-find tube amp, you can pull up the Sesh app, and price shop right there on your phone.
“This is a sophisticated API that has been in development for over a year, and we are very excited to open up our app for public download. We want this to be the everyday go-to resource for artists and studio professionals, everywhere in the world,” Jacobs adds.“The ultimate goal is to empower people to create music and harness ideas without the usual limitations of what we think we have access to. Because with Sesh, the possibilities are endless.”
The Sesh app is available now for free in the iTunes store: https://appsto.re/us/SNpA-.i. Fans can also hit www.sesh.io and register their usernames for the Android version of the app. The desktop version goes into beta testing in just a couple weeks. Summon the power of Sesh.
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