Flaar Amaris is available on the App Store for iPhone and iPad. It’s a musical graphical thingy in which you arrange flowers to make a pretty tune.
Yes, that’s Steven Tyler, Alice Cooper, and Weird Al Yankovic singing “Come Together.”
Queen Latifah, Dolly Parton, and Björk are all making me happy today.
Who Run the World? Beyonce and St. Vincent.
it’s fun to poop out a song in under an hour — I think it took me longer to record the song than it did to write it.
Most cut-and-paste music is built out of short samples and loops, and there’s plenty of that here, but there are also many long lines and melodies that are preserved and woven together, solos becoming duets, single notes becoming chords.
Notes from the first day at GDC.
I am apparently so easily amused that you don’t even need to give me a game to make me happy — a good UI is good enough for me.
It’s like we’re caught in some kind of relativity warp wormhole, where the retro threshold keeps inching closer to now, and we can’t stop living in the future.
My biggest problem with Neon Bible may be the mix, although it feels lame to pan an album on technical grounds.