Last night’s listening: THE SOUL OF GOSPEL, THE GOSPEL OF SOUL at Sir Shambling’s Deep Soul Heaven. Today’s listening: Mash Pit on The Audiot. But don’t listen to them in-place here without clicking through to check out the writing and photos, which add a lot to the audio.
The user interface of the new Lala music player on Fred Wilson’s A VC blog is a close copy of the UI from Yahoo Media Player. Some of the goslings: Lala: Streampad: The Sixty One: (That player at TheSixtyOne used to be an exact copy of the UI, but they’ve tweaked it since then. See […]
The Rise of Online Music Software: Online music applications are not just a niche existing – it will be widespread in a few years and music composers worldwide will share and develop their compositions in the net.
In October I wrote about the Flash 10 sound API from the point of view of audio file formats, reading the event as pure AJAX audio formats are now a reality. I said that innovation related to audio file formats was over in about 1998 and that the ability to do audio hacking in the […]
So what’s the flaw in Apple’s move to start selling guitar lessons in Garageband? It’s not the web. It’s a proprietary client that would have been exactly the same, as far as the internet goes, in the client-server hype cycle of the late 1980s.
TechCrunch is euphoric about Apple giving guitar lessons. With their trademark understatement and lack of hype they say The GarageBand Lesson Store Could Be Apple’s Next Revolution In Music. But I don’t disagree.
What you see in the series of posts about Victorian mother songs on the blog for my own music is the realization of an idea about music packaging on the internet. I had a song to deliver, and I wanted to use packaging to give it a better chance in the world. So I wrote […]
The fourth post in my series on the Victorian genre of mother songs is my YouTube version of “Widow’s Plea for Her Son.”
For the next installment in my series of posts on mother songs, I have posted sheet music in various different formats: Mother’s Plea for Her Son how-to
: Esta es una pequeñita aplicación que me he encontrado paseando por ahí como siempre. No es un sitio web, sino un script para usar con Twitter* y que nos puede venir bien para cuando nos linkeen un mp3 o cuando nosotros linkeemos uno. …read the rest…