Martin Kaltenbrunner

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1.4. Live Mind Mapping provided by Dan Taylor

2. A digital luthier

3. Today's instruments are built on the same principles as those found 35,000 years ago

3.1. limited by physics

3.2. inventors started creating electronic music

3.2.1. the basic synthesizer was born

3.3. Theremin

3.4. Trautonium

3.5. Bob Moog

3.5.1. synthesizer to the masses

3.5.2. in the hands of musicians

4. 1970s-1980s

4.1. analog circuits

4.2. Digital usage

4.3. took a weekend to record a song

4.4. DX7 Yamaha

4.4.1. even more masses reached

4.5. PC's enable many more to join in

4.5.1. DSP

4.5.1.1. digital signal processing

4.6. Max Matthews

4.6.1. Maximus PC

5. Today we're using computers to make music

5.1. it's capable

5.2. it's cheap

5.3. it's not engaging

5.3.1. for the audience

5.3.2. for the musician

6. Midi

6.1. started with pipe organs

6.2. a controller and a producer

7. People start building remote controllers for their own style

7.1. abucus

7.1.1. calculating

7.2. cocktail shaker

7.2.1. combining

7.3. clay

7.3.1. shaping

8. React table

8.1. tangible, physical objects

8.2. ability to build physical sound

8.3. Synths

8.4. graphic programing language

8.5. blocks have meaning

8.5.1. to generate sound

8.6. Visual feedback

8.7. a collaborative instrument

8.7.1. but intuitive for beginners

8.7.2. and professional enough for professionals

8.8. Legos for sound

8.9. also for iPad!

8.9.1. iPhone

8.9.1.1. Android