Creating music on the go | James Bickerton | TED Institute – W/Evaluation Form

Creating music on the go | James Bickerton | TED Institute

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The music synthesizers that are a DJ’s stock in trade were once the size of entire rooms. Now the power to create your own music can be housed in a laptop. In a live demo, James Bickerton shows how music production is not just for pros but for everyday people who want to make the beat drop.

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