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Old 24-05-2016, 03:23 PM   #21
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and like I was getting at a couple of comments back.. who could've possibly envisioned what Bach was going to do with the organ in ancient greece, when the most complicated instrument was a harp with a pentatonic scale (or something like that.. I don't know the particulars)?

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Robot ears. If we had robot ears we'd be able to hear more frequencies, thus making more of them usable to us. Dog whistle patches on erry synth.

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Old 25-05-2016, 02:47 AM   #24
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Old 25-05-2016, 04:34 AM   #25
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Re: How long will the current way of electronic music production last?

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I'm thinking that some new technology will come along soon (within one or two decades) and change the way we make music with our computers. With it will new genres arise. Kinda like when computers came into the picture and EDM was born, and as a result the live bands started having a way tougher time to "make it" in the industry.
Extremely doubtful since the technology we use for making electronic music hasn't change since we started using digital technology to write music.

PCM Digital Audio was created in the early 80s. Very little has changed.
The MIDI spec has remained unchanged since 1983. Absolutely nothing has changed.

Essentially, all of the tools that you use in electronic music have remained fundamentally static. Much like traditional acoustic instruments have remained static for hundreds of years. Same is true with electronic music production.

Literally any "new technology" you can think of is actually just a new implementation of old technology.

Maybe the only real development has been Open Sound Control (OSC). But really, when you get down to it, it's just an extension of the MIDI protocol with a higher bit-rate which allows for transmission over a traditional computer network... So, as I said, not really new technology but a new implementation of existing technology.
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Old 25-05-2016, 06:37 AM   #26
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It's all the same isn't it? I would think we're all just trying to express ourselves with whatever is at hand. I was here before, I'm here now, I'll be there then. Loving the different tools at my disposal.
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I'm thinking that some new technology will come along soon (within one or two decades) and change the way we make music with our computers. With it will new genres arise. Kinda like when computers came into the picture and EDM was born, and as a result the live bands started having a way tougher time to "make it" in the industry.


In about how many years do you think something like this will happen again (if at all), and when do you think it will outblow the way we are making music today? I'm talking about a game changer, most likely not for example a new plugin.
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Well music-making apps came out with the iphone. But they were buggy and crashed a lot. I spent about 50 bucks on some that I couldn't even use! I think that will improve. I would say we will get the full functionality of a DAW on a phone but the fact is the screen is too small for that.
Auria Pro runs on an iPad .

Full blown DAW with send FX from FabFilter (in app purchase). It's really nice.

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