Let’s talk about “decimation.” Photo ( CC-BY ) Dale Gillard ; explanation of the reason we’re using Roman soldiers here… in the article. Apple tends to avoid commenting outside its famously-watertight public relations apparatus, but executives sometimes get personal. That appears to be the case for Xander Soren, Director of Product Marketing (and a key ...
Whatever the implications for labels and artists, Facebook users have spoken, giving connected listening a big thumbs-up. Photo ( CC-BY ) JOHANNES FUCHS resp. GOIABA . Read the original post: As Facebook Users Hit 1 Billion, Music Listening is Socially-Connected Online [Numbers]
Yes, the tools are better and shinier – but there is a method to what musicians are doing with them. Maschine 1.8 arrives today, a bit early, a free update. I looked at this release when we went hands-on with the updated software and new color hardware Go here to read the rest: Not Just ...
Simple, hands-on synths are sometimes chided for being overly simple, cut-down versions of the infinite possibilities of modulars or digital instruments. And they might even seem anachronistic, throw-backs to old instrument designs. Here is the original post: Portishead’s Adrian Utley Tours His Synth Collection – And New Arturia MiniBrute [Video, Analog]
This number “64″ is important to some people making music. Here, we get to explain why, if you should even be concerned, and what it’ll mean to run Live in 64-bit Read more: Ableton Live 64-Bit Beta: How it Works, And Some Caveats
The singer/producer in the UK in 2010. Photo ( CC-BY-ND ) blikeng – Magnus Aske Blikeng Read more here: Tracks of the Moment: Matthew Dear “Her Fantasy,” “Crimewaves” Demand Your Attention
( CC-BY ) Axel Tregoning . ( CC-BY ) Marcin Wichary . Read the original: Jack Tramiel’s Commodore 64, Atari ST in Music, Remembered, as Vision Lives On [Obituary, Gallery]
One way or another, Apple is involved in a whole lot of the music to which people listen. See more here: Op Ed: What Do “Mastered for iTunes” and “Sound Check” Do To Music Listening?
There was a time when the ability to record and playback music didn’t exist – such things were magical fiction no one had seen. So, the idea of playing one channel of recorded sound, then two channels, had to be invented. Artists hadn’t created something called an “album” until there were devices that played back ...
Futuristic technologies, now found … in the past. Maybe that explains the sound of a lot of new music, says CDM contributor Matt Earp. Photo ( CC-BY-NC-SA ) ReallyBoring Originally posted here: CREATED: Call it VHSwave — Jacob 2-2, Stephen Farris and Music That Looks Back Through Time