NEW YORK, January 12, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — The Studio Fund, c-f², is investing in 343 Labs to accelerate their continued growth as a leading music production school.
Since its launch in 2018, 343 laboratories quickly became one of the leading music production schools in the world, where students can learn to create their own tracks in weeks. Accomplished producers teach students in small groups in New York, Berlin, as well as digital classrooms. During the pandemic, when DJs couldn’t perform, 343 Labs launched 343 Pro Sessions, which are 2-day masterclasses where DJs and producers share their music-making process with their audience. 343 Labs is redefining music education by breaking physical and technological boundaries in the classroom and constantly developing new approaches to learning to make music.
“The pandemic has changed the way we learn and interact in an educational setting,” says Max Wild, co-founder of 343 Labs and Ableton Certified Trainer. “In the past, many online lessons were delivered via pre-recorded videos, but today learners want to be part of a community and access real-time training. That’s where 343 Labs comes in, one place where students can learn from some of the world’s best producers and DJs, while bonding with their peers.”
Kurt Vandebroek, founding partner c-f² says, “During the global pandemic, the e-learning industry has grown by 36% and is expected to reach the United States $374 billion by 2026. Music technology leaders such as Ableton and Splice have nearly doubled their user base during the pandemic and the online music education industry is following this trend, with universities around the world having moved completely online and students now expecting to learn from the comfort of their own home. Hybrid versions of learning are the future and we are excited to explore this path with 343 Labs. There are strong synergies with the other companies in our portfolio and huge opportunities for growth.”
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