some of my favourite songs:

The Future Of Modern Music Creation

Some of you have seen this before, amazing stuff that is way beyond how I make music despite the fact that I use the latest commercially available technology and software. It’s called the ‘Reactable’ System from Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona Spain. If you don’t understand the basic principles of how modern music is made, you will probably have no idea what you are seeing in these videos:

Basic Reactable Demo 01:
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Basic Reactable Demo 02:
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Live Performance with Reactable:
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Imagine having one of those in your home with some guests, now that’s my kind of party!

Progressive artists like Bjork are already starting to use this technology…

More Info here at the official website:

3 Responses to “The Future Of Modern Music Creation”

  1. Elika Mahony Says:

    Fascinating Jarome! The research you come up with is amazing.

  2. Laura Says:

    That is SO cool! Thanks for sharing this and a belated thanks for all the great music links—so helpful!

  3. Ralph Sutton Says:

    Wow I have never seen this, I had heard about it , this is increable. I am a engineer and producer that has had a chance to see quite a few cutting edge devices in my time but this is beyond anything I have seen, it reminds me of when I first saw the Thermion being play at a NAMM by a women who was simply just moving her hands. Thanks this is real good stuff take care all