The most amazing session with students from Tampines Junior College. The questions they asked about process, rhyme, form and structure…
Soundcloud use for spoken word audio: timed comments allow for focused feedback at different points in the recorded work.
"there’s a point just a few steps beyond belonging that is perhaps even more important: advocating…." http://t.co/c726DTat
"there’s a point just a few steps beyond belonging that is perhaps even more important: advocating…."
- Represent / from a working library
Morning: worked on the ever-lovely Miriam Nash’s debut pamphlet (watch for it). Afternoon: meeting with the Southbank. Now, Birmingham.
"We should be ‘reading for the sake of reading’ rather than ‘reading for the sake of having read." http://t.co/IDK83rnL
Video: CDR KNOWLEDGE – CREATE MUSIC MOBILE – TRAILER (by CDR) Making electronic music is something I’ve… http://t.co/TJuhyTvl
CDR KNOWLEDGE - CREATE MUSIC MOBILE - TRAILER (by CDR)
Making electronic music is something I’ve toyed around with for years, with all the intense focus of a cat chasing string (i.e. lose focus quick and move on to something else). Now that my 2009 MacBook Pro is back on it’s virtual feet, I’m considering ways of putting it to use; setting it up as a portable digital creative studio sounds like a plan (music, photographic post-processing, digital video etc). But then there’s the iPad, and the thought of being able to use it as an instrument and/or mini DAW (digital audio workstation). Exciting stuff.
CDR has long been a champion of emerging producers of electronic music. Unfortunately, I won’t be able to make it down for the start of Wednesday evening’s mobile music session, but I’ll hopefully catch the end of the event…
Got most of the apps shown in the trailer. Now to track down the others. Shame I can’t make the session early… :( http://t.co/WbLXBdpS
"Don’t just go through the motions. Don’t accept dogma. Look for ways that you might be wrong, don’t…" http://t.co/4aCiSLTN
"Don’t just go through the motions. Don’t accept dogma. Look for ways that you might be wrong, don’t…"
- John Gruber @ Daring Fireball