Apple is joining forces with Madonna to help teach people how to make music. The partnership is for a new Today at Apple Music Lab available at local Apple stores. Attendees will get a hands-on look at how Madonna’s newest track Crave was made and then be taught how to remix it. Madame X that is available today. In the Lab you’ll learn how to deconstruct Madonna’s new song as well as find out what inspired her. GarageBand for iPhone, allowing you to take the skills and use them pretty much anywhere. Apple has also partnered with Swizz Beats in the past to teach beat making in GarageBand. His session is still taught at most Apple stores too. Today at Apple calendar for your local area. … [Read more...] about Apple stores will now teach you how to remix Madonna
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By Joey Guerra Updated 10:25 am CST, Wednesday, February 27, 2019 02/26/1995 - Tejano singer Selena performs at the Astrodome during the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. Selena Quintanilla Perez. 02/26/1995 - Tejano singer Selena performs at the Astrodome during the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. Selena Quintanilla Perez. Photo: John Everett, HC Staff Photo: John Everett, HC Staff Image 1 of / 29 Caption Close Image 1 of 29 02/26/1995 - Tejano singer Selena performs at the Astrodome during the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. Selena Quintanilla Perez. 02/26/1995 - Tejano singer Selena performs at the Astrodome during the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. Selena Quintanilla Perez. Photo: John Everett, HC Staff … [Read more...] about From Cardi to Kane to George: Which Selena song should each RodeoHouston performer cover?
Shana Lebowitz, provided by Published 11:11 am PST, Saturday, January 19, 2019 Getty Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon is a DJ on the side. His stage name is DJ D-Sol. Solomon said DJ-ing started out as a hobby until it became apparent that he "was actually developing some skills," he said on the JJ Redick Podcast. Now, he sees DJ-ing as an outlet and a way to connect with younger coworkers. Warren Buffett plays the ukulele. Larry Ellison sails. Oprah Winfrey reads books. And David Solomon, CEO of Goldman Sachs since fall 2018, is a DJ, stage name DJ D-Sol. On an episode of the JJ Redick Podcast, Solomon said it all started when he was introduced to record producer Paul Oakenfold, who in turn introduced him to other people who taught him how to DJ. For years, Solomon said, it was relegated to a Sunday-afternoon hobby. Then Oakenfold heard that Solomon "was actually developing some skills." He called Solomon and invited him to DJ for the first hour at a club in New York. … [Read more...] about Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon shares the story of how he became a DJ
Halfway into her 90-minute live set at Loop, Ableton's electronic music conference in Los Angeles, Juana Molina put down her Gibson SG guitar, stepped back from her synthesizer, and started dancing. The Argentine songwriter—who clothes herself in music woven from threads of looped percussion, finger-picked electric guitar, and airy vocals—cut loose with a hip-swinging shimmy that drew a delighted whoop from the audience. Yet, during the entire weekend I spent at the three-day conference, it was one of just a handful of times I saw anyone actually dancing. Some of that is because it's a challenge to really shake it in a seated venue like The Montalbán, the historic Hollywood theater where Molina was performing—but at Loop, the sounds are just as likely to get your head nodding as they are to get your feet shuffling. While club music and mainstream EDM make an appearance, event programming leans toward the headier, more offbeat flavors of electronic music. Wander … [Read more...] about What It’s Like to Attend an Electronic Music Conference Where the Beat Never Drops
“Leathery sheets of rain lashed at Harry’s ghost as he walked across the grounds toward the castle. Ron was standing there and doing a kind of frenzied tap dance. He saw Harry and immediately began to eat Hermione’s family.” “Ron’s Ron shirt was just as bad as Ron himself” Hard Fork? Hard Fork. HARD FORK No, this isn’t from a demented new Harry Potter sequel — it was created by Botnik Studios, a creative collective of about 30 writers, artists, and developers from all over the world who use machine tools to remix and augment language. Coachella band line ups, Harry Potter texts, lyrics to songs… these are just a few of the things Botnik Studios has messed with, turning them into weird, viral projects. Ahead of Botnik’s TNW Answers session, we spoke to their co-founder, Jamie Brew, on how the collective creates such weird and wonderful work. How Botnik works The creative collective is made up of about 30 writers, … [Read more...] about Meet Botnik, the creative collective making viral jokes with machines