This video, via Elegyscores, features Hans Zimmer discussing the creation of the sundtrack for Christopher Nolan’s film Interstellar.
In the latest episode of the Echoes podcast, host John Diliberto talks with multi instrumentalists Daniel Holdsworth and Aidan Roberts about their two man performances of Tubular Bells For Two.
Composer Mike Oldfield played over a dozen instruments on his signature work. With Tubular Bells For Two, Holdsworth and Roberts have taken on the challenge of playing it live, with no backing tracks or computers. Continue reading
2014 was such an exceptional year for electronic music and synths that our best of 2014 posts, which cover Mobile Music Apps, Hardware Synths, MIDI Controllers, Modular Synth Gear, Electronic Music Hardware, Music Software and even the Sexiest Vaporware – still leave a lot uncovered.
Here’s wrap up on other things from 2014 that were too cool not to mention: Continue reading
The latest episode of the Art + Music + Technology podcast features Ryan Gruss, founder of sample provider The Loop Loft.
Here’s what host Darwin Grosse has to say about the interview:
There are many different loop library companies out there, but nobody seems to be doing it quite like The Loop Loft. These guys are combining impeccably recorded instruments with timeless (and ultra-clean) mixes to create some of the best loop sets around.
The latest episode of The Hollywood Report Roundtables is a composer roundtable, featuring: Continue reading
The latest episode of the Berlin Diaries video series takes a visit to U-He, developer of Zebra, Diva, Bazille and other software synthesizers: Continue reading
The latest episode of the Art + Music + Technology podcast is an interview with Andrew Kilpatrick, right, of electronics manufacturer Kilpatrick Audio.
Kilpatrick Audio is known for making modules in the Eurorack format and also in their own 4U Kilpatrick Format.
“One of the most important things to me is making real things,” notes Kilpatrick at his site. “I like things I can hold in my hand. I like things that feel well-made. I like to dream up an idea for a device and then just build it and try it.” Continue reading