“Of course, instrumental electronic music from the U.K. — it’s a big money-maker,” he jokes. “I haven’t got any of that, but I think if you can afford to live just doing music then you’re one of the luckiest people.”
Head's up: your humble arts+tech reporter moderates a discussion on "The Future of Music Creation" at the SFMusicTech Summit XIII on Tuesday, May 28th at the Hotel Kabuki.
"The Future of Music Creation" panel at 1:30 p.m. includes some of my favorite coders and label heads, like Daniel Walton, head of Retronyms and maker of Tabletop – one of my favorite free music creation apps. Sam Valenti - founder of leading music label – Ghostly International will be there. Ghostly has a delightful free music discovery app. Chris Kantrowitz from Gobbler will talk pro audio workflows, while Sound Designer Dot Bustelo and artist ' Dweezil Zappa offer their real-life experiences. Any friends and colleagues who want to attend, ping me for a 20% off discount code or link.