Music Technology Posts from February, 2012

Interactive Music In Games

Friday, February 24th, 2012

Music is becoming an increasingly significant part of computer games, and this is an industry that composers/musicians should certainly be keeping a close eye on. One Montreal-based game studio in particular is now taking game music interactivity to a new level…

The Curse Of The Genre – Mathcore

Monday, February 13th, 2012

Moore’s Law may be still rocking for the computer industry, but it seems there is an equivalent expansion of music genres underway (Peel’s Law, anyone?). Hardly a day goes by where we don’t encounter an ever-more-obscure sub-genre of Dubstep, for example (which itself is but a fledgling moniker)…

Musical Sculptures

Thursday, February 2nd, 2012

Music is a pervasive and versatile entity; while it may be difficult to write about it – like dancing about architecture – music can interplay very well with a range of other artforms…