Monthly Archives: January 2006

Software Training

For the past 2 months I’ve kind of hit a brick wall when it comes to creating any new music. Not that I should concentrate on making new music because I’ve got material that I should be working on before … Continue reading

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A Neat Little iTunes Tip

Here’s something I just discovered by accident. When using iTunes, if your library window is active, hit a letter or number. You’ll be taken to the first or closest track of that letter, depending on how you sort things by … Continue reading

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What Steve Jobs Taught Us On Tuesday

It’s always kind of thrilling to watch a Steve Jobs keynote. Jobs has a charisma that is unmatched in the tech industry. I think that’s mostly because in a world of people with pocket protectors and Babylon 5 posters, Steve … Continue reading

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How Loops Should Be Used

I did some music stuff this weekend…not making it, but more organizing and trying some new things out. I grabbed demos for Traktor DJ Studio 3 and Battery. My Reaktor demo expired months ago. Battery seems REALLY COOL! One of … Continue reading

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Blue Monday/The Perfect Kiss

I’ve been listening to a lot of New Order this week. Usually I switch between Blue Monday and The Perfect Kiss on Substance. I’m compelled to listen by the lo-fi percussion beats mostly, but I also think that The Perfect … Continue reading

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Digital Music: Things That Need To Change OR An Open Letter To Apple

It’s 2006 and the recorded music industry has come a ways with digital downloads kicking and screaming. Apple deserves a lot of the praise, but there are still some things that need to be done before iTunes can be less … Continue reading

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