Fink releases concert as an app
Fink has released the world's first ever app concert, a recording of his show with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra in Amsterdam earlier this year.
Fink has released the world's first ever app concert.
The singer and producer collaborated with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, earlier this year and the whole event is now available as a special app.
The app is built around the full HD live recording of the Queen's Day Eve Concert held on 29th April. It features six hours worth of full HD video content and as well as the concert film gives users access to interviews with the musicians, a look back on the event with some of Fink's band and excerpts from the dress rehearsal.
The concert is further enhanced by 360° video recordings, which allow the user to take a virtual seat amongst the musicians onstage, and control their view and positioning through an interactive timeline feature.
Fink, real name Fin Greenall, said: "This app truly is revolutionary and gives our fans, and music lovers everywhere the ability to choose exactly how they wish to view the concert. The fact that you can actually look around the room 'from stage' with this thing is incredible. We had an inspiring time building this concert and hope this experience inspires others in an equally meaningful way."
The app can be purchased from the Apple App Store for £5.49 and is the very first product released by RCO Universe, the orchestra's new digital platform.
To download the app visit: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/rco-meets-fink-concert-as/id515942956?mt=8