On January 18, 2019 at the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM), it was announced that a new protocol for MIDI will be created. “MIDI 2.0” will aim to have lower latency for faster reactions, backwards compatibility with regular MIDI, 32-bit resolution instead of 7 and also… web? The news on MIDI 2.0 is still behind closed doors as the developers are looking specifically for what it is that they want and also how it’s going to be developed. As far as anyone can guess however, it’s currently just being tested and made for integration. Read More
Development in music is an ongoing thing and I personally love to see the different ways the people can improve something or simply make something cool. I have a personal attachment to weird and unconventional music and music methodology, so when I came across Imogen Heap’s MI.MU gloves (pronounced: ME-moo) I was captivated by what it could do. Read More
Modular synthesis is becoming more and more sought after nowadays in all electronic music as compared to digital synthesis because of the level of detail you can achieve with it and how interesting the sounds can be. So why does that matter and what will it do for us?