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The IBM Glass Engine enables deep navigation of the music of Philip Glass. Personal interests, associations, and impulses guide the listener through an expanding selection of over sixty Glass works. The engine is currently compatible with MS internet Explorer 6 & 7, and Firefox 2 on Windows, and Safari and Firefox on Mac OS X. Medium to high-bandwidth Internet access is highly recommended.
In a recent “ Open Mic ” we asked you, “Which music-related sites do you visit regularly?” This article is a summary of the great suggestions given in the comments to that article. You can make the list even longer by commenting on this article. Music Education Sites
Propellerhead Record 1.5 and Reason 5 is expected for release late Summer 2010. Reason is one of the most popular music software programs, developed by Swedish software developers. Over the last couple of months, the company have leaked info and posted tutorial teasers about the new features, functions, and devices that will be included in the next major revisions of Reason and Record.
MuseScore is a free musical notation program for OS X , Windows and Linux . Created by Werner Schweer, it is released as free and open-source software under the GNU General Public License . It is a complete scorewriter and notation editor with a feature set comparable to Sibelius or Finale , and supports a wide variety of file formats and input methods. [ edit ] History MuseScore was originally created as a fork of the MusE sequencer’s codebase. At that time, MusE included notation capabilities and in 2002, Werner Schweer, one of the MuSE developers, decided to remove notation support from MusE and fork the code into a stand-alone notation program. [ 1 ] Since then, MuseScore has been under constant active development.
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Introduction So there you are, walking along, when suddenly you come to a big wall, and written all over it are ideas - ideas for songwriters. Along the way, most songwriters have some questions. Many of the questions have easy answers, but sometimes you meet one that looks like a mountain in your path. One of the biggest mountains can be described this way. Let's say we're writing a song.
A few years ago I did a light review of the Akai MPK49 MIDI keyboard controller. Subsequently I bought one and I've been happily using it since. However one thing consistently bugged me (and everyone else) about the design - the drum "pads" are terrible. You have to hit them quite hard to even register a hit, let alone a loud one.
eMusic is a solid place to purchase and download music. They've always had a great catalog of music that is "off the beaten path," as well as recordings of live performances. Their catalog is about to get even larger: eMusic has finally reached an agreement with Warner Music and will be adding around 10,000 new albums.
Tapes have given way to CDs and now CDs have given way (some if not all) to MP3 files. Then there are a huge lot of MP3 songs we download from the web or rip from music CDs . The first rule of organization says that we should neatly put them in the right folders and then tag them. There are tools for the job and some good ones at that. Going back to the job of making our music collection look neat, we come to the “˜face’ of our songs and music albums ““ the album cover or specifically, album cover art.