October 27, 2013
Can you think back and imagine a time before computers were ever used in music making? Just as all inventions that have recently existed, people were doing just fine before they were around. It’s kind of like all of us imagining that flying cars would somehow make our lives better, but in reality we are able to travel and transport ourselves just fine without them. Computers, on the other hand, are really a wonderful innovation. At the very least, they save us from having to use paper and let us type without having to go back and correct errors.
Computers have actually done a lot for music. For the most part, they have made producing music much easier and accessible to the average person. As far as DJing goes, it has without a doubt made the task of mixing music much easier on everyone involved – but sometimes it does …
July 21, 2013
The way most of us refer to Apple products is similar to what we used to think of Sony. Do you remember the days when Sony was the king of portable music and other listening devices? If you had a walkman to play your cassette tapes, it had to be a Sony product, and otherwise it was just a cheap copy of one. Even areas where Sony wasn’t the best, like home theater systems and speakers – Sony still managed to win the love and respect of electronic consumers. I don’t know what their secret was, but they managed to hold on to that title for a very long time. Today, Apple is the one who dominates the music device scene.
Their stuff is traditionally more expensive than the rest – but it also look much more advanced than anything else we are used to. Not only do we pay …