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Tag Archives: Ableton
In this episode Nate and guest-host Dave talk to host-guest Ben about his album Concrete Oasis and its titular piece, a seven movement look at urban decay and. Plus, the arrival of Dorico, a smaller Linnstrument, and Dave takes on the 2 Minute Challenge.
In this very special episode, Morton Subotnick discusses technology, the past/present/future of music, the legendary Buchla 100, and of course, “Silver Apples of the Moon.” Also a special comment from Dave, and Nate looks at keyboard contacts
- In this very special episode, Morton Subotnick discusses technology, the past/present/future of music, the legendary Buchla 100, and of course, “Silver Apples of the Moon.”
- We also talk about a musical education and the Pitch Painter software for iOS, Music First Music Academy, as well as some of his other recent compositions.
- Dave gives his review of Avid’s Sibelius 8.
- Apple’s music streaming service goes live. Taylor Swift is still not too happy…
- Zoom takes aim at [Sound Devices](http://www.sounddevices.com/ with their new F8 digital multitrack recorder.
- Digital Performer 9 is out with a new synth, new devices, automation lanes displayed below the parent track, and more!
- Nate looks at keyboard construction and contacts for this month’s 2-minute challenge.
In this episode, Keith Kothman stops by to talk about Ball State University, teaching, why Blackboard is evil, and composing for a hardware controller as an instrument. Ableton’s new book is discussed, and Ben attempts to explain Markov Chains.
- Our guest Keith Kothman stops by to talk about Ball State University, teaching, why Blackboard is evil, and composing for a hardware controller as an instrument.
- We also discuss some of his pieces for laptop: [un]wired fantasies, Thrown Glass, and Bent Metal
- IK Multimedia has released the iRig 2 for your iPod/Phone/Pad/Mac.
- Ableton has released their first book: Making Music: 74 Creative Strategies for Electronic Music Producers, by Dennis DeSantis.
- Synthopia has a great write up of audiomux and midimux.
- In this month’s 2-minute challenge, Ben explains the Markov Chain.
In this beta episode, we interview composer Mark Snyder about his many festivals, including the Electroacoustic Barn Dance. We also chat about music technology education, and Nate explains audio compression in our Two-Minute Challenge.
- Mark Snyder joins us to share about his many festivals, some of his students’ projects, and much much more!
- The hardware/software company Presonus has purchased the notation software Notion.
- NOVATION has come out with a wonderful new hardware interface for under $100 called LaunchControl, a nice partner to the popular Launchpad.
- Rock veterans Nine Inch Nails have ventured into new territory of a rock album free of both audio and data compression. Can you hear the difference?
- And the ever-popular Ableton Live has released version 9.1
- Nate takes a stab at explaining audio compression for this week’s 2 minute challenege!