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December 15, 2012

QuNeo: Brilliant, Crowd-Funded Music Maker works with Laptops… and iPads

The interface is rubber, quite sensitive, and solidly-constructed.
More info: http://evolver.fm/2012/12/12/quneos-brilliant-crowd-funded-music-maker-works-with-laptops-and-ipads/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Evolverdotfm+%28Evolver.fm%29

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December 15, 2012

Check out the new social music discover game: ZOOZtunes

Check out the new social music discover game: ZOOZtunes

December 6, 2012

The Many Faces of Music Video Interactivity

Check out the article about the music video interactivity, including the video game music video.

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December 6, 2012

Video: Smule Co-Founder Ge Wang, ‘The Music Man’

Check out how music apps are such a thing that people are making movies about the people who make them.

December 6, 2012

Some Interesting Music Apps: Redesigns, Video Discovery, Qwerty Beats, More

Link: http://evolver.fm/2012/12/04/this-week-in-music-apps-redesigns-video-discovery-qwerty-beats-more/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Evolverdotfm+%28Evolver.fm%29

December 6, 2012

Poster of Tangible Music Game using Sifteo

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Group: Saie Deshpande, Dustin Harris, Yan-Ling Chen

 

 

December 6, 2012

Can Apps Teach You To Improvise Jazz?

Here are some, in the form of  Jazz Apps Mobile’s iImprov series, which provide a refreshing example of what mobile technology can provide for both beginning and expert musicians. As someone who has dabbled in jazz, improvisation, and the like, the mere existence of these apps is exciting, because jazz still deserves some of the spotlight it enjoyed in the past.

The “Fundamentals” volume is the best place to start, provided you are prepared to do some reading. Once you get through that, this app and the others provide all the necessary information for playing not only basic solos, but for more advanced improvisation over complex charts.

For more:  link

November 8, 2012

‘Reactable Huntemann’ Pushes Interactive Album to Next Level

“We think that it adds an extra layer to the experience — that is, there will be people interested in just enjoying the content, but for sure there will be a subset of people who will love to remix it,” Reactable sales and marketing manager Carlos Morales told Evolver.fm via email. “The difference between this app and other remix or interactive apps is that you have a starting point, or a guide to follow, and that guide is basically the artist himself. Or, like other remix apps, you can remix freely as well — but with more flexible effects and possibilities. In any case hopefully, Oliver Huntemann fans will enjoy the app. We’ll soon find out.”

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October 16, 2012

Cloud Gaming v.s. The Next-Generation Video Game Console

Here’s a article discuss the cloud game and the next-generation video game console: click.

September 30, 2012

RIP RjDj: Developer Pivots, Retires Legendary, Immersive App

Launched four years ago, RJDJ is one of the most innovative music apps ever, for the way it used the microphone on your iPhone (or, better yet, the one on your headphone cable) to grab snippets of sound from the outside world and weave those into intelligently-generated musical “scenes,” which rotated between motifs and elements. Bands could create their own scenes, which you could grab within the app for a dollar or two. Meanwhile, users could use the app to make their own “reality remixes” based on their surroundings. It worked great on the subway.

However, this is the last week RJDJ will be available — so download it now (free) if you want to grab it before it vanishes. Even then, you won’t be able to download scenes or upload your reality-remixed versions of songs.

For more information, resource from Evolver.fm.