Here are the slides from my presentation at the Association for Technology in Music Instruction National Conference on November 5, 2015 in Indianapolis, IN. A Specifications Grading System as Applied in a Music Technology Course
Here is a pdf of my presentation slides from the Guelph Jazz Festival Colloquium on September 18, 2015. Click here to download the pdf of the slides- Improvising Community: A Participant’s Account of the Improvised Music Community in New Orleans Since 2005..
iZotope Education | iZotope – Blog – Answering Your Questions: “Getting your mixes to translate well on multiple different devices can be challenging. Let’s figure out why.”
20 great free and open source music making programs | MusicRadar: “20 great free and open source music making programs”
I recently finished reading How Music Got Free: the end of an industry, the turn of the century, and the patient zero of piracy by Stephen Witt (Penguin Random House).
It is a compelling account of the end of the era of major label largess told through the concurrent tales of a label executive, technology innovator, and early pirate. It doesn’t offer answers to the industry’s current problems, but it does help explain how we ended up where we are. Witt is a skilled story teller and it is an enjoyable read. I highly recommend it to anyone interested in the inner workings of the music industry, and related technology.
Audio Mastering Month | iZotope – Blog – 8 Mixing Tips for Better Audio Masters: “The best and safest approach is to get your mixes sounding as close as you can to perfect to the best of your ability. Then the mastering engineer has something to work with!”
Here is a zip file that contain pdfs of the slides from my presentation at ISIM 2015. It also includes the Max patches for the instruments I demonstrated during the presentation. The instruments have no documentation with them, so feel free to contact me at email@example.com if you need info.
J.R. Rotem’s production of ‘Centuries’ by Fall Out Boy from Sound on Sound
F*ck you. Pay me: Some Thoughts on Musicians and Money.: “When she writes of ‘norms,’ she seems to imply (and here I also draw from my own experience), that money is something to be tip-toed around, that there are tacit rules that must be followed, that handshake deals are the norm, and that money somehow sullies the purity of art.
This needs to end. Now.”