Now here's something a little different. You may be used to your tabletop being a tabletop. What if you could turn it into an instrument, battleground or even a spaceship? That's what OAK can do.
From a sequencer triggered by M&Ms to controlling music with our minds to another sequencer controlled by and projecting light, Music Tech Fest was packed with forward thinking tools for music makers.
Imagine a dynamic music machine/controller that changes shape to show pads, sequencers, controls, etc that you can interact with. You're imagining Materiable. And this tech could be big for musicians.
Chances are if you're reading this you make music in some form or another. Have you ever asked yourself the underlying motivation behind this for you? Are you in it for the fame? Fortune? Or, the fun?
New to the world of music production? Need a reminder of some of the foundations? This is a greta place to start! Jay Asher breaks down the concepts into easy to understand, bit-sized chunks.
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