BT has shared his thoughts on getting nominated for the 53rd annual Grammy Awards for Best Electronic Album, for These Hopeful Machines. His response to the nomination is surprisingly raw and personal. He talks about being inspired by some of the greats of popular electronic music as a 13-year old kid and how that inspiration… Read More BT On ‘My Greatest Honor’
iZotope, Inc. has acquired Sonik Architects, the music technology company founded by composer and audio production pioneer Brian Transeau (BT). The most interesting aspect of the agreement for electronic musicians may be iZotope’s plans to release products designed by BT, including Stutter Edit and BreakTweaker. The company will also take over development and licensing for the Sonifi… Read More iZotope Partners With BT, Buys Sonik Architects
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This video captures BT at this year’s MacWorld convention. In the interview, BT talks about his new album These Hopeful Machines, his software company, his first Mac, making music more “purple” and composing with technology. He also does a demo of Sonify for the iPhone.
Composer and remixer BT (Brian Transea) at the 2010 NAMM Show.
In this series of videos from 2002, BT (Brian Transeau) shows how he goes about creating a remix, remixing his track The Revolution. A bit dated – but still offers good insight into how BT works.
Sunday Synth Jam: BT rocks the crowd at Full On Ferry 2009 in Rotterdam, using Sonifi on the iPhone.
[flickrvideo]http://www.flickr.com/photos/adamjackson/3779338188/[/flickrvideo] Originally uploaded by adamjackson1984 Brian Transeau performs a laptop symphony in front of a iPhone Developers at Yahoo! Campus in Sunnyvale California on July 31st, 2009. The sold out conference saw attendees from all over the world (500 in total). More at Flickr!