Music Technology Posts from October, 2010

Mastering A Single (In The Morning)

Wednesday, October 27th, 2010

In yet another episode of teaching producers how to do something they really shouldn’t do (at least not for their own music), Kim Lajoie takes us through a session of mastering a single in two and a half hours…

Remixing Concepts Of Copyright

Tuesday, October 19th, 2010

The recent decision by the Irish High Court – stating that ISPs cannot be forced to identify and disconnect those accused of illegal music sharing activities – brought the issue of music rights and copyright back into focus. But the very identification of what is infringing material can be a thorny matter in itself…

Star Wars Sound – Audio For The Force Unleashed

Thursday, October 14th, 2010

As mentioned in a recent sound design post, the level of detail that goes into producing audio for a computer game is ‘most impressive’. In this video, David Collins takes us through the different layers of audio that were added to a 90 second cinematic sequence…

iPad Music – First Impressions

Tuesday, October 5th, 2010

Last month I got myself an iPad, justifying the purchase by its potential to perform the functions of such expensive controller hardware as Jazzmutant’s Dexter/Lemur, and more recently the ReacTable. But the big question was – would this magical multitouch device actually live up to the hype?