Taylor Holliday On Audulus 3, Music Apps On The iPad Pro & More

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Audulus developer Taylor Holliday

Earlier this month, developer Taylor Holliday released Audulus 3 – a major update to his modular audio app for iOS, Mac & Windows.

Now that Audulus 3 is available, Holliday had time to answer some questions about his background, the new Audulus release, his thoughts on the iPad Pro and more. 

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An Interview With Leafcutter John On The Art + Music + Technology Podcast

leafcutter-johnThe latest episode of the Art + Music + Technology podcast is an interview with London-based songwriter & electronic music artist Leafcutter John.

Here’s what host Darwin Grosse has to say about the interview:

I’ve gotten so many requests to interview Leafcutter John – but it really blew up after his recent work at the Ableton Loop conference. I reached out to him and he was nice enough to say “Yes” to the interview request. What was cool is that it started out like an interview, but quickly turned into a chat about how we do our respective things.

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An Interview With Sound Designer & Composer John Keston

john-kestonThe latest episode of the Art + Music + Technology podcast features an interview with sound designer, developer and composer John Keston.

Here’s what host Darwin Grosse has to say about the interview:

John Keston came onto my radar in sort of a random way – he sent me a link to some of his music, and I kind of fell in love with it. It was sound designerly, but also musically deep. Then I started digging into his work, and it touched on a lot of my interests.

So wouldn’t you know that, when I interviewed him, I find out that our paths were constructed in similar ways. Musc, tech, art – it boils together to become an interesting – and personal – mix. In John’s case, this was programming, music and gigging, expansion into visual arts and finding a way to bring it all together. Some of his concepts on scores and improvisation are incredibly insightful, and I really appreciated him sharing his background and perspectives.

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