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For example, a self-taught dance music producer might feel limited by the scales that are easiest to play on a piano-style keyboard major, natural minor, pentatonics and be in search of richer and more exotic sounds. One of the users I tested with suggested an alternative explorer use case. He is an enthusiastic amateur composer and arranger, who is trying to arrange choral versions of pop and rock songs. He is a guitarist who has little formal music theory knowledge.
Understanding the problem In the age of the computer and the internet, many aspects of music performance, composition and production are easy to self-teach. However, music theory remains an obstacle for many bedroom producers and pop musicians not to mention schooled musicians!
There are so many chords and scales and rules and technical vocabulary, all of which have to be applied in all twelve keys. We no longer know what the Greek modes sound like, but we use their names to describe modern scales.
Most existing theory resources draw on the Western classical tradition, using examples and conventions from a repertoire most contemporary musicians and listeners find unfamiliar. Furthermore, these resources presume the ability to read standard music notation. Web resources that do address popular music are usually confusing and riddled with errors. I have worked with Soundfly to fill this vacuum by creating high-quality online courses aimed at popular musicians.
Even with the best teaching resources, though, theory remains daunting. The aQW is intended to ease music theory learning by making scales and chords easy to discover even by complete novices.
Alternatively, users can simply perform and compose directly with the aQW itself. This is most obvious for hardware, since nearly all MIDI controllers take the form of literal piano keyboards. It is also true for software, which takes the piano keyboard as the primary visualization scheme for pitch.
They use the other rows for such useful controls as pitch bend, modulation, sustain, octave shifting and simple velocity control. Useful and expedient though it is, Musical Typing has some grave shortcomings as a user interface. The piano layout makes a poor fit for the grid of computer keys. For example, there is no black key on the piano between the notes E and F, but the QWERTY keyboard gives no visual reminder of that fact, so it is necessary to just remember it.
While hunting for E-flat or F-sharp, users are prone to accidentally start recording over their work. I have been using GarageBand for seven years and still do this routinely. It is a grid of 64 touch pads surrounded by various buttons, knobs and sliders. The pads were designed to trigger samples and loops like a typical drum machine, but Ableton also includes a melody mode for the Push. By default, it maps notes to the grid in rows staggered by fourths, which makes the layout identical to the bottom four strings of the guitar.
This is quite a gift for guitarists like me, since I can use my familiar chord and scale fingerings, rather than hunting and pecking for them on the piano. Delightful though this mode is, however, it is imperfect.
Root notes of the scale are colored blue, and other notes are colored white. While this makes the roots easy to distinguish, it is not so easy to visually differentiate the other pitches. Touchscreen devices like the iPhone and iPad open up additional new possibilities for melodic interfaces. One such is Thumbjamwhich enables the user to divide the screen into slices of arbitrary thickness that can map to any arbitrary combination of notes.
The app offers hundreds of preset scales to choose from. The user may have a small range of notes, each of which is large and easy to distinguish, or a huge range of notes, each of which occupies a narrow strip of screen area. Furthermore, the screen can be split to hold four different scales, played from four different instruments.
While all of this configurability is liberating, it is also overwhelming. Also, the scales are one-dimensional lines; there is no easy way to play chords and arpeggios. Will it be adopted as a tool for self-teaching? Does it invite playful exploration and experimentation? Is it satisfying for real-world musical usage? Is the UI self-explanatory, or at least discoverable? Is the music theory content discoverable?
Have we identified the right user persona s? Is the aQW really a tool for beginners? Or is it an intermediate music theory learning tool? Or an advanced composition tool?
How many presets should we include?
Should we limit it to a few, or should we offer a large, searchable database? Click the image to try it yourself: I chose songs that appealed to me and presumably other adult explorersalong with some current pop songs familiar to younger users. I wanted to balance the choices by race, gender, era, and genre. I was also bound by a musical constraint: The initial preset list was: Also, the list did not include any current hip-hop.
I therefore replaced her with Chance The Rapper. The latter song proved problematic, however, because its instrumental backing is so sparse and minimal that it is difficult to hear how other notes might fit into it. However, I came to see this quirk as a positive bonus—since one of our goals is to encourage users to explore new sounds and concepts, a well-known and well-loved song using an unusual scale is a rare gift.
User testing protocol I used a think-aloud protocol, asking testers to narrate their thought processes as they explored the app. I recorded the one-on-one sessions using Screenflow. I conducted informal interviews with users during and after the sessions as well.
Monday 22nd September Things For Today After last week's very sad events, please be assured that we won't be forgetting Richard. Read David's tribute below, and check out Press for some of the Press coverage. There will be other Richard-related material here in due course. Designer Steve Knee has invented a new kind of all-in-one download package, which includes an MP3 music file, an embedded video so you don't have to be subject to a stuttering Weblinkand a photo gallery to enjoy while listening to the track.
It is however 40 megabytes, so there is a 'Lite' version which does rely on an active Weblinkor just an MP3 audio file if you don't want to download the pictorial plenty. Enjoy the package here.
Our understanding is that this is the first time ever that audio-visual material has been presented it this way, so we're pleased to be able to offer it here and now. He was my musical partner and my friend. In the welter of arguments about who or what was Pink Floyd, Rick's enormous input was frequently forgotten. He was gentle, unassuming and private but his soulful voice and playing were vital, magical components of our most recognised Pink Floyd sound.
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I have never played with anyone quite like him. The blend of his and my voices and our musical telepathy reached their first major flowering in on 'Echoes'. In my view all the greatest PF moments are the ones where he is in full flow. In our middle years, for many reasons he lost his way for a while, but in the early Nineties, with 'The Division Bell', his vitality, spark and humour returned to him and then the audience reaction to his appearances on my tour in was hugely uplifting and it's a mark of his modesty that those standing ovations came as a huge surprise to him, though not to the rest of us.
Like Rick, I don't find it easy to express my feelings in words, but I loved him and will miss him enormously. David Gilmour Monday 15th September Richard Wright The family of Richard Wright, founder member of Pink Floyd, announce with great sadness, that Richard died today after a short struggle with cancer. The family have asked that their privacy is respected at this difficult time.
Launched for like-minded US Independent shops to pull together and boost their retail offering, April 18th was apparently the biggest sales day for Indies in years, with some stores reporting stronger sales than even Christmas. Columbia Records David's US label will be supporting them with various initiatives, and they are supporting us by committing to the Wot's Or indeed you can get an audio stream of it right now by clicking here. The 'Deal' runs until Monday 29th September Our Sony US colleagues say: For that reason the site uses the line 'Check with a store near you for availability'.
If you have already ordered another version, or don't live in the US, here are the other ways you can hear it: On David's MySpace page Over the credits of the concert in full on Disc 3 of the 3- 4- or 5-disc sets On Disc 3 of the 5-LP vinyl box edition As a bonus track on iTunes UK if you buy the whole album from September 22nd As the first free download in a series available monthly on Disc 3 of the 3- 4- or 5-disc sets from release Perhaps in other streaming promotions from music retailers, ex-UK and US.
The track is available for retailers to offer, should they wish to. Tuesday 9th September Exclusive re: Click here to see their offer page.
This is what you get, all in a package designed by Steve Knee of Blade: A robust card box, approx. The memorabilia is exclusive to this version. The David Gilmour store will ship to you Internationally, but it may take some time. If you want to save money, you can get the 4-disc version, and eventually, via the Weblink on Disc 3, it is planned to give access to all the content on Disc 5 over 12 months via digital downloads. Click here for the list, which we're told will also be up shortly on The Bigger Picture.
We only have the cinemas' names and towns, so can't list times or prices; please contact them locally for details. Apart from the 'Western Division', which seems rather light at nine theatres, it's a travellers' trove for towns with interesting names, or indeed song titles: No further news on whether the list will expand to include your local theatre, but we will certainly post any and all news here and on The Blog.Meet Me In The City - Bruce Springsteen - Lyrics & SUB ITA (outtakes from The River)
If you'd like to see a brief trailer, there is one showing on The Bigger Picture Website now. TV format includes one song from each guest in a half-hour show transmitted live between There is also an extended version of the show taped separately on the 23rdwhich transmits in the late evening of Friday 26th September. The full one-hour show will include three songs. There might of course be other places to see these songs in the future, but this is all that is confirmed for now.
The whole programme has been re-transferred from the original source masters by director Gavin Elder, and the sound will be played out in full Surround Sound in every cinema.
However, although most of the concert was shot in HD, some of the shots are from the Standard Definition cameras covering the musicians in close-up. Therefore there is a mixture of styles which adds to the excitement of the experience but may not be to the taste of some high-definition purists.
Please also note that some songs in particular Take A Breath and Astronomy Domine are very heavy on strobe effects, so the show is NOT suitable for those with photo-sensitive epilepsy or other such conditions. Please note that only the local cinema manager controls the playback volume, which concerned a few cinema-goers at the Remember That Night screenings.
The full song list is: Around cinemas are expected to participate and we will list all details when available. As well as the clip of A Great Day For Freedom, we have added Where We Start; both are available in a choice of resolutions, and there will be more shortly.
If your eyes go blurry after a YouTube session, this will be where to come, so make sure you check it out regularly. We will also be updating it with surprises which we haven't thought of yet.
Click here to see the footage, which was directed by Gavin Elder. More info from the TV sales team: It should be stressed that manufacturers can't legally fix prices in the US and UK, so it's 'suggested', meaning that prices are expected to vary; one technique is to telephone guitar dealers and ask them for their 'best price'.
However, orders have come in at roughly double the expected rate in the first day, so if you really want the lowest price it might be better to wait until after the first wave of buyers.
There has been certain amount of comment about the price, which is at the high end of production-line models. However, in terms of attention to detail and personal construction, the 'Black Strat' has more in common with Fender Custom Shop special editions, even though it is not limited in numbers and is highly-customised, with many unique features. These are highly individual and elastic concepts, and the 'Black Strat' won't suit everyone.
But if you're interested in exploring the quest for the perfect sonic solution, you might like to check out ToneQuest magazine's Website here.
They are independent and inspired by a desire for knowledge, which certainly can be costly in commitment, dedication and time. Our best advice is to track down the 'Black Strat' guitar in September at your local Fender Custom Shop dealer and try it for yourself.
Then make up your own mind. The Fender Custom Shop's Mike Eldred and Todd Krause have worked very closely with David and Phil Taylor to make sure that the model is the closest thing to David's own, much-customised, guitar, but at a reasonable price.
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In the two years that the guitar has been in discussion, a number of prototypes have been produced, and the final version was only approved when David was happy that all elements combined to make a sound that was as close as possible to his own guitar's. The interior of the case is a plush green, including embroidered David Gilmour and Fender Custom Shop logos.
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But if you want one, and are desperate to study the special features, click here. We will be listing all the details of all the formats in a dedicated space shortly, but suffice to say that it will be available in versions to fit every pocket.