Category Archives: Technology

Spotify Bass Recordings

In the last day or two I finally had the opportunity to get on Spotify and check it out.   Unfortunately, I haven’t found a plethora of bass recordings (although there is some nice Bottesini stuff, Edgar Meyer and some … Continue reading

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Mind Maps: Practice

This past Spring while studying for my DMA Comprehensive exams I was directed by a friend to the Mind-mapping software program FreeMind which is an excellent diagram tool for visually arranging information.  He had been using the program as a study … Continue reading

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New Realist SoundClip Transducer- John Patitucci

While at the ISB convention I had the opportunity to take several breaks throughout the week from the Young Bassists Program and visit all the really amazing exhibits in the main building .   One day while in the David Gage … Continue reading

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Composing in the cloud… for free!

Notation software has come a long way since my first encounters with MIDI and sequencers in the late 1990’s even before the .mp3 format came on the scene.  One of my latest discoveries has been the online program called “Noteflight” … Continue reading

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New tab added for Music & Technology

Just wanted to mention I’m making a few updates to the blog and just added a new tab for items related to my work with Music & Technology.  I hope to add papers, notes, presentations, resources, etc. to this tab … Continue reading

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Technology behind the scenes of the Berlin Philharmonic

Very interesting video in response to my recent post about the Digital Concert Hall of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra…

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Brahms: Symphony #4- Finale, on Digital Concert Hall

The Berlin Philharmonic has been pioneering what they call the “Digital Concert Hall” for close to two years now.  Their videos are simply amazing on the orchestra’s YouTube channel.  Patrons can now access the live concerts and watch archived concerts … Continue reading

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