Tag Archives: Mobile

DMT 98 – Cuesongs

This week on the show an interview with Ed Averdieck CEO and Co-founder of CueSongs. CueSongs is a start-up that aims to make it easier to license commercial music for video (be it a documentary, a movie, a commercial or a school project).

http://www.cuesongs.com

On the show I also talk about the Music4.5 event on Mobile Music that I attended in London last Thursday (www.music4point5.com), some great speakers with subjects spanning from mobile gaming to making music on mobile devices.

Hope you enjoy the show!

DMT 98 – Cuesongs

This week on the show an interview with Ed Averdieck CEO and Co-founder of CueSongs. CueSongs is a start-up that aims to make it easier to license commercial music for video (be it a documentary, a movie, a commercial or a school project).

http://www.cuesongs.com

On the show I also talk about the Music4.5 event on Mobile Music that I attended in London last Thursday (www.music4point5.com), some great speakers with subjects spanning from mobile gaming to making music on mobile devices.

DMT 93 – PlayMySong and Navegas

This week on the show an interview with the CEO of PlayMySong Rami Korhonen with an update on what they’ve been up to in the past year. Playmysong is a great social Jukebox controlled right from your mobile device – coming soon to a venue close to you!

Also an interview with Lutz Villalba the CEO of newly launched start-up Navegas that is creating an interesting in-browser integration of different audio sources.

Visit http://www.playmysong.com & http://www.twitter.com/playmysongapp
http://www.naveg.as and http://www.twitter.com/navegasmedia

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DMT 93 – PlayMySong & Navegas

This week on Digital Music Trends an interview with the CEO of PlayMySong Rami Korhonen with an update on what they’ve been up to in the past year. Playmysong is a great social Jukebox controlled right from your mobile device – coming soon to a venue close to you!

Also an interview with Lutz Villalba the CEO of newly launched start-up Navegas that is creating an interesting in-browser integration of different audio sources.

Visit http://www.playmysong.com & http://www.twitter.com/playmysongapp http://www.naveg.as and http://www.twitter.com/navegasmedia

DMT 87 – Making Music on the Move with Ashley Eldson

This week on the show an interview with Ashley Eldson, creator of the Palmsound blog which has been going strong for five years and is all about about music-making apps and hardware.

DMT Episode 87 – Making Music on the Move by digitalmusictrends

In this episode I tap into Ashley’s incredible knowledge base about making music on the iPhone and iPad in particular. We talk about the latest developments in this field including implementation of “core audio”, the entrance of large music creation companies like Native Instruments, Yamaha and Korg into the market, stand-alone software synths versus sequencers, the Alesis I/O Dock for the iPad & the release of new hardware products for iOS devices in general. We also discuss the status of Android in this field and we finish by talking about what the future may bring for making music on the move – taking into account the inevitable hardware advances that will be taking place in the next couple of years.

If you’re into creating music on mobile devices you have to check out http://the-palm-sound.blogspot.com/ and also follow Ashley on Twitter on http://twitter.com/palmsounds.

I really hope you enjoy the show, have a great week and ’till next time! 

Andrea Leonelli