Pizivisor–Video to audio conversion and back again!

On November 5, 2013, in iOS, Music Technology, Uncategorized, by Daniel Rowland

Using a stock GIF playing in Pixivisor from an iPad and a Mac…this is converted to audio and run through effects in Ableton Live and filters on an iRig Mix, then converted back to video in Pixivisor on another iPad. Modulated by a short drum loop from the Nine Inch Nails track, “The Warning”.

Vocal Remixing with an iPad

On November 5, 2013, in iOS, Music Technology, Uncategorized, by Daniel Rowland

  Vocal Remixing Here is a quick performance using granular processing with Ableton and a few iPads. The idea is to loop and layer a short phrase of the vocal, creating a different arrangement.

New Features of Pro Tools 10: Session Setup Window

On November 20, 2011, in Music Technology, ProTools Tutorials, by Daniel Rowland

Pro Tools 10 has a number of small changes over Pro Tools 9. For instance, Pro Tools 10 supports the use of multiple file formats and bit depths within the same session. Prior to 10, if you opened the Session Setup Window, you would get information about your session sample rate, bit depth, and file […]

Pro Tools 10 Tutorials: New Features of Pro Tools 10–Clip-based Gain

On October 21, 2011, in Music Technology, ProTools Tutorials, by Daniel Rowland

Pro Tools 10 New Features: Clip-based gain. One of the best new features in Pro Tools 10 is real-time clip based gain. This affects the normal Pro Tools workflow in several ways. For one, Regions are now referred to as “Clips”. Audio clips can have their individual gain adjusted separate from the track fader position […]

Avid Pro Tools 10 Release

On October 7, 2011, in Music Technology, ProTools Tutorials, by Daniel Rowland

Pro Tools 10 (?). You know it’s coming. Yes, Pro Tools 9 had a few cool features, but it was really more about unlocking previously withheld features that it was about giving us anything new and exciting. Support for Coreaudio was the big one, the rest being things like multitrack Beat Detective, delay compensation, increased […]