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Tag Archives: Avid
In this episode, Joe Plazak drops by to talk about music cognition, its implications for electro-acoustic (and just acoustic) music, listener normalization, and the… well… dogcoder. Plus, new Radiohead, AVID gets desperate, and Nate explains impedance.
- Joe Plazak drops by to talk about music cognition, its implications for electro-acoustic (and just acoustic) music, listener normalization, and the… well… dogcoder.
- New Moog App!
- Radiohead’s new album is great!
- AVID has released Sibelius 8.3 and is offering a grace period for their annual subscription plan.
- Nate talks about impedance for this 2MC.
This week on SoundNotion, the panel is joined by Daniel Spreadbury (AKA Papa SMuFL), product marketing manager for Steinberg’s new engraving software Dorico. We cover details of the platform, how Dorico thinks about music differently, and our nerdiness.
This week on SoundNotion, we’re joined by composer, NYC Music Services owner and Sibelius Blog author Philip Rothman. We discuss engraving platforms and nerd out over a printer. Also, the music world says goodbye to Gunther Schuller and James Horner.
- Philip Rothman
- Sibelius Blog
- Interview with Ben Finn: part 1, part 2
- Dave’s take on Sibelius
- NYC Music Services
- Einstein on the Beach doc on Kickstarter
- Boston Conservatory/Berklee College of Music merger
- Gunther Schuller
- James Horner
- Taylor Swift/Apple Music
- Daniel Spreadbury on SoundNotion 118
- Daniel again on SoundNotion 204
In this episode, Tim Reed joins Ben and Nate in a discussion on the importance of balancing work and life, festival programming decisions, and if it’s really “tape music” anymore. Also, Avid’s new license model, and Nate explains FM synthesis.
- Avid has changed the terms/pricing of ProTools to an annual subscription model, with a good list of new features!
- Reason 8 is out and it’s awesome. Ben is particularly happy with the new browser.
- Big Apple announcement!
- Got $1500 burning a hole in your pocket? Order your Linnstrument multitouch controller today!
- And if that’s a little too expensive, you can always try Rob Fielding’s Mugician app!
- And some sad news – UC Berkeley Center for New Media and Audio Technologies founder David Wessel has died. He was an important innovator in the field, pioneering a number of innovations in real-time computer music, and will be missed.
- In this episode, composer, educator, and new father Tim Reed joins the panel in a discussion on the importance of balancing work and life, festival programming decisions, and if it’s really “tape music” anymore. We discuss some of his fantastic work, including Tracings, and Nocturne.
- In this month’s 2-minute challenge, Nate talks about FM synthesis.
This month, Ben and Nate talk to Dr. Chet Udell about the Kickstarter for his eMersion controllers, the Margaret Guthman Competition, and an extended look at the amazing stuff announced at NAMM. Also, AVID gets delisted from the NASDAQ, and Nate tackles waveforms.
- Great new products coming out! Moog’s new Theremini (Ben’s got one coming in the mail!) and SUB 37 (where EVERY FREAKING POSSIBLE CONTROL IS MIDI CONTROLLABLE) and Korg is reissuing the ARP Odyssey (to release in September 2014)
- Also, Roland’s AIRA system looks like it is allkindsofawesome!
- And for software – McDSP has released their plugins in Reason as Rack Extensions, Cakewalk’s ZETA synth is now on iPad, DarkSynth (a Max/MSP based additive synth) is available for Ableton Live, and Bitwig Studio (Win/Mac/Linux competitor to Ableton) gets a release date. Also, AVID gets delisted from the NASDAQ!
- We talk a little about Andy Farnell‘s interesting Pd-contextualized approach to Designing Sound.
- Dr. Chester Udell joins us to talk about the eMersion Gesture Control System, his experience at the Margaret Guthman Musical Instrument Competition, and much, much more!
- Nate takes 120 seconds to touch on synthesizer waveforms.