Actual K-Pop stage, shooting home Opening of ‘Coca Music Studio.’

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As the non-face-to-face performance market is growing due to the COVID-19 outbreak, an online realistic K-Pop performance venue, ‘KOCCA Music Studio,’ will strengthen popular music performances’ digital capabilities opened at Olympic Park Bangi-dong, Songpa-gu, Seoul on the 7th.

The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, and the Korea Creative Content Agency announced on the same day that Coca Music Studio was opened to support small and medium-sized agencies and independent musicians. As part of the Korean New Deal project, a leading strategy after COVID-19, the studio was completed last month as an online performance space to support the digital transformation of popular music performances and foster it as core content for the spread of Hallyu.

Instead of seats for face-to-face viewing, it is equipped with a variable stage that converges with special effects and technology, spatial sound equipment, an Internet transmission system, and post-production equipment for realistic performances. ‘VDIUM’ that implements a virtual concert hall with extended reality (XR) technology, ‘Digital 3D (3D) modeling’ that reproduces the same texture and shape as the real thing in a virtual space, eliminates delays in real-time online connection Performance contents are produced using ‘SYNCROOM’ and ‘realistic sound’ technology that provides realistic music.

A budget of 10 billion won will be invested next year to support projects in three areas. It supports production costs and studio facilities for small and medium-sized agencies. It supports independent musicians for performances, video content production, and overseas expansion and promotional events.

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