All posts by James Jacobsen

Midierror Intros METROSTEP Max 4 Live Note Trigger Sequencer

Midierror has introduced METROSTEP, a note trigger sequencer which is designed to be instantly playable – with 3 timing divisions, 3 velocity modes and a variable sequence length of 1-32 steps.… Read More Midierror Intros METROSTEP Max 4 Live Note Trigger Sequencer

Minimalism in Music: Why Less is More in Today’s Pop Tracks

Remember how blown away the industry was by the success of Lorde’s “Royals”? Back in 2012, no one thought such a modestly produced record could land on the radio. Then, Billie Eilish walked in and took that minimalist approach to a whole new level. With trap taking the lead now, we’re used to hearing music … Continue reading Minimalism in Music: Why Less is More in Today’s Pop Tracks

Should You Apply for Temporary Jobs?

Should You Apply for Temporary Jobs? Not every task hunter is able to land their desire task or also a long-term task if that. If you are having difficultly locating work, you may be in the procedure of taking a look at short-lived work, however are they right for you? There are a number of … Continue reading Should You Apply for Temporary Jobs?

How Much Does Talent Really Matter in Music Production?

What is the role of “talent” in making or breaking your music production career? Can you overcome a lack of talent? Is it possible to cultivate more of it? How do you know if you have enough? Justin Colletti explores in this episode of the SonicScoop Podcast. Read more… The post How Much Does Talent … Continue reading How Much Does Talent Really Matter in Music Production?

monome’s alternative musical world: a hands-on creative expedition with norns and grid

It’s a rarified way of making music – the ultra-minimal monome grid and norns open music platform. But what is it really about? We turn to reviewer Andreas Roman to find out. The post monome’s alternative musical world: a hands-on creative expedition with norns and grid appeared first on CDM Create Digital Music.