You want the future of music? Here’s one idea. They call it Algorave (via CDM)
The Sound Science Behind “Yanny” vs “Laurel” via @AsapSCIENCE
Ok, so if you pitch-shift it you can hear different things:
— Steve Pomeroy (@xxv) May 15, 2018
For more in-depth information here’s a Neuroscientist Explaining Further via @Wired:
Jon Hopkins makes gentle music with hidden depths.
[Singularity] is both the gentlest and the most epic of Hopkins’s career. — Kelefa Sanneh
Sanneh talks about Hopkins‘ early on being “seduced by the Roland TB-303,” how Singularity signaled his transition from Logic into Ableton, and which Spotify playlists he comes up on.
As an inspiration for our school, and for many of our students, Hopkins’ release is something to celebrate to be sure. After the 6 years and 7 months (!!) since we brought the acclaimed producer to Great Scott, we’re happy to see him remain
Start your musical journey today: email@example.com.
Our favorite music website of record, Resident Advisor, routinely reviews tech of all stripes.
After clicking around for the last few weeks, they’ve come to the conclusion that the landmark Ableton 10 deserves a 4.4 / 5. As they say:
Ableton’s stated goal with Live 10 is to remove barriers between the musician and the music. So while the headlines surrounding the update announcement centred on a range of new devices, the decidedly less sexy truth is that removing barriers to creativity requires a ream of small workflow improvements.
Read their take on the rest of the new features in the program, including Capture, Chase MIDI Notes, Pedal, and much more, here.
Here’s our Ableton instructor Subalias talking about Ableton Live 10.