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Showing posts from February, 2019

Sci Fi Short Film Singularity - Filmmaking Crash Course

Sci Fi Short Film Singularity - Filmmaking Crash Course Singularity: The point in time which accelerated technologies will cause a runaway effect in which artificial intelligence will supersede human intelligence and control, forever and irreversibly transforming society. Estimated year of Singularity: 2045. Enjoy your humanity while you can. FROM THE FUTURIST MUSIC ANTHOLOGY: ... TEXT: A time when progress is so rapid it outstrips humans' ability to comprehend it. Irreversibly transformed, people will augment their minds and bodies with genetic alterations, nanotechnology, and artificial intelligence. Machine intelligence will be infinitely more powerful than all human intelligence combined. Sign up for Buffalo Filmmaker Boot Camp:

Creativity, Composing, and Confidence, with Sabrina Peña Young

What's the secret to becoming a composer? Today we have the pleasure of speaking with someone we’ve wanted to have on the show since day one, a long-time collaborator at Musical U and at Easy Ear Training before that, Sabrina Peña Young. Sabrina is an award-winning composer who created the first ever original fully-animated opera , Libertaria. We’ve long been in awe of the range and scale of projects Sabrina manages to take on and bring to success, and for the first time we got to sit down with her and actually dig into the question of how she manages to do all that she does. Sabrina is certainly someone who people would be quick to call “talented” or “gifted”, yet we knew from working with her that she had as little belief in the importance of natural talent as we do – so we were utterly curious to know: if it’s not talent, how does she do it all? In this conversation we talk about: - Sabrina’s musical upbringing and how helpful attention to deta

Hexpress Etude 1 - Phone Music App Mobizen

Decided to start playing around with different smartphone instruments and synthesizers. This one is called  Hexpress . It has several different "instruments". I liked this one best. 


XXII NEW MUSIC MIAMI FESTIVAL: ALUMNI COMPOSERS CONCERT MUSIC TAGS:   CLASSICAL   CONTEMPORARY   MUSIC WEDNESDAY 2/6 MORE INFORMATION : The FIU School of Music celebrates its 22nd year of the New Music Miami ISCM Festival, directed by FIU composer-in-residence Orlando Jacinto Garcia. The festival runs from January 16, 2019 through April 10, 2019 and includes the presentation of music by composers from around the world, many of whom are present to discuss their music for FIU students and audiences. The festival has continued to expand, featuring new music concerts for acoustic and electro-acoustic instrumentations. This festival performance features the music of very own FIU alumni including Federico Bonacossa, Emmanuel Berrido, Sabrina Peña Young, Pablo Chin, and Jorge Grossmann. Join us for a pre-concert discussion of works at 7:00pm, followed by a performance by NODUS