Slash, the guitarist for Guns N’ Roses, has entered the metaverse in order to perform live in virtual reality. Slash with The Conspirators and Myles Kennedy will be joining the company’s Magic Mirror Musical Metaverse as a result of a cooperation with Groove Science Studios, the creator of the longest-running virtual reality music platform Soundscape VR.

The band will play Live At Studios 60, debuting all ten tracks from Slash’s latest album “4”.

I’m thrilled with this incredible VR rendition of our live concert at Studios 60. It’s a brand-new, immersive film that delivers a terrific ‘in the room’ experience,” Slash explains.

Soundscape VR’s founder and inventor, Eric Alexander, expressed his opinion on the topic, saying, “It’s a breakthrough for SVR to present great musicians like Slash.

Artists around the globe regard SVR and Magic Mirror as the ultimate digital exhibition of their art because it gives spectators a wholly unique experience designed for the highest levels of immersion. Soundscape continues to be the unchallenged leader in researching and presenting the world’s most cutting-edge music metaverse technology.

The augmented reality and virtual reality businesses are now experiencing tremendous growth, with a forecast value of $209.2 billion by the end of this year. The Magic Mirror is a platform created by Soundscape VR that allows musicians to showcase their work in an immersive and continually increasing digital world. This environment integrates virtual and augmented reality, as well as the internet.

Visitors to the virtual reality performance will be able to customize their avatar by picking new cosmetic choices such as new haircuts, clothes, and other items.

Users may see these unique Magic Mirror performances by installing SVR for free from Steam VR (virtual reality) or Oculus Home, depending on their preferred platform.