Music Technology Posts from June, 2011

Fruity Loops Comes to iPad

Thursday, June 23rd, 2011

Considering that the iPad 2 is probably as powerful as most computers musicians were using ten years ago, it’s hardly a surprise that more and more software packages are making the leap to this new mobile platform. Fruity Loops is the latest old-school stalwart to take the plunge into iOS…

How To Make A Music Website

Monday, June 13th, 2011

If you are a musician, you should have a website; this is a basic fact of the digital age, and it’s becoming more important with each passing day. Fortunately, creating your own website is also becoming cheaper and easier with each passing day…

Music To Do Science To

Friday, June 3rd, 2011

Game music is slowly gaining credibility as an artform in itself – as evidenced, for example, by such projects as Amon Tobin’s soundtrack for Chaos Theory. Johnathan Coulton’s closing song for Portal was a particularly apt and powerful complement to a highly inventive game, but now that Portal 2 has been released, the testing can continue…