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A look at Tabletop and iPad music-making with Paul Salva [Video]

A look at Tabletop and iPad music-making with Paul Salva [Video] | Audio Arts | Scoop.it

Tabletop, a new music making app for the iPad from S.F. start-up Retronyms, recreates a musician's studio in an app, with drum machines, samples, keyboards, mixers and effects. Is this where the future of music production is headed?


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Hunter Scott's insight:

This news article describes in detail the ever growing iPad DAW market and specifically showcases a new app called 'Tabletop'. This application recreates an entire musicians studio, allowing for a nicely laid out set of equipment. Publishing is up to date and distributed by the LA Times.

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Carlos H's curator insight, November 4, 2013 3:49 PM

As a singer and song writer i feel as though The future of music production is now, a variation of tablets , softwares, and genres allow the professional to easily meet the consumers demand.

technologcal perks such as wifi make the disburstment of musical works easily accessible from a majority of the world, increasing the business potential of an artist,producer,composer, or DJ.

Brooke Smith's curator insight, August 17, 2014 3:08 PM

From latimesblogs.latimes.com - August 21, 2011 12:20 PM

this mixing ipad can be a great used but it has it fails because it doesn't have the best tone towards music.

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Ableton Live updated to v9.0.3

Ableton Live updated to v9.0.3 | Audio Arts | Scoop.it

"Ableton has updated its Live 9 music production software for Windows and Mac to version 9.0.3."


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This article covers the Ableton Live 9 update which includes a ton of features leading to improvements in synchronization, and quantization. The piece is mostly just a list of new features. '.org' suffix and copyright information is up to date.

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Agustavo Santos's curator insight, May 13, 2013 12:02 PM

This article relates to the article i posted by the software that is used im composing a beat. In the music industry as a composer you always want to have the software or hardware to have a better production.

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Pro Tools 11 Announced, New audio engine, 64-bit architecture, and expanded metering

Pro Tools 11 Announced, New audio engine, 64-bit architecture, and expanded metering | Audio Arts | Scoop.it

"Avid has announced Pro Tools 11, which they describe as a major upgrade of its industry-leading digital audio workstation that redefines music and audio production for today's workflows."


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This article outlines the facets and features of ProTools 11, which was just announced recently. The piece go into detail and describes all of the new and upgraded features of the program. The site itself has a '.com' suffix, but has up to date information and copyright status.

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gitche apoleon's curator insight, August 13, 2013 10:41 AM

this article is about the announcement of the new pro tools 11, and how its so call best production softwar yet 

Deepanshu Gupta's curator insight, August 13, 2013 12:40 PM

PRO:

1. New Pro Tools Avid Audio Engine  Delivers multiple times the processing power of Pro Tools 10 on the same hardware configurations.

2. It has a 64-bit architecture which exponentially increases the number of simultaneous virtual instruments and the performance to handle the most sophisticated sessions.

3. It has offline bounce which delivers mixes up to 150 times faster than real time. In Low-latency input buffer it ensures ultra-low latency record monitoring without sacrificing plug-in performance.

4. Dynamic host processing -- Maximizes plug-in count by reallocating processing resources as needed.

 

CON:

 

1. To Get Some Features You Have To Buy HD
2. Pro Tools 11 is not cheap, there are other DAWs on the market that offer far more for less, in some cases at a fraction of the price. If you don’t need to buy into a Pro Tools workflow and don’t envisage having to take your sessions to Pro Tools studios then Pro Tools may not be the best DAW.

3. Now that Pro Tools 11 is AAX only, that means some of your plug-ins may not work when it ships, they may never work.



Alonzo Greene's curator insight, August 13, 2013 11:33 PM

The new 64 bit is what a lot of people are curious about

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What is Dubspot? | Electronic Music Production & DJ School | NYC & Online

Dubspot has become the world's premier electronic music production and DJ school for experienced and aspiring artists alike. Just as importantly, Dubspot is ...

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This piece showcases 'Dubspot' a NYC based music production and DJ school. Very small class sizes, specialized equipment and an Ableton-based curriculum makes this school very promising for future artists.

 

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B3n3's curator insight, May 7, 2013 2:08 PM

A clear sign that the EDM scene has exploded!

gabriel acosya's curator insight, May 13, 2013 12:01 PM

its about a school that is stat of the  art 

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iWebDJ and Partycloud — DJ with a controller… in a browser

iWebDJ and Partycloud — DJ with a controller… in a browser | Audio Arts | Scoop.it
DJing has come a long way in a short time. And iWebDJ has the potential to change the game again. DJ with a web app AND a MIDI controller? Yes please.

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This article is about a new web based dj application called iWebDJ, which utilizes streaming and account synchronization to allow dj's to play SoundCloud tracklists directly, and the use of a virtual MIDI controller. There's a little bias considering the authors personal preferences but besides that, the article seems rather reliable.

 

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