With over 90,000 students enrolled around the world, Tribe XR is continuing its mission to turn aspiring DJs into performing DJs, developing the next generation of talent and now it’s entering the classrooms, IRL. This week, the Tribe XR team spoke to Forbes about their commitment to creating an experience that instructs across all different skill levels and determination to create a new generation of DJs.
Tribe XR has been working closely with various colleges and universities, including, but not limited to Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut, CA, Brooks Crossing Lab at Old Dominion University, Point Blank Music School, TAFE in Australia as well as various private schools. The goal is to integrate an immersive experience and introduce students to the VR world as well as the ever-changing metaverse. Aside from the financial impact of providing all students the proper equipment, operating in the metaverse allows students to work on the latest & greatest mixers and DJ technology, despite any current supply chain issues and financial impact of physical setup.
Tribe XR isn’t limited to developing artists though, with some of the biggest DJs in the world having used Tribe XR – Dillion Francis, Retrovision, Matrixxman, LODATO, DJ Skee, Danny Avila and more.