TEDecember Day 03 – Building the musical muscle

Another pretty much random choice of a talk to watch, this one Charles Limb: Building the musical muscle) surprised me because it was not what I expected. From the title I expected something a bit more about the psychology of music or the brain’s perception of music, but what I got was a fairly detailed …

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Who plays the role of technial producer on Agile teams?

Looking at the the way collaborative, creative, teams work in fields other than software development can be very useful. There’s an argument that creating a software release is a lot like creating a music album, for example. Chris Johnston has followed this train of thought and asks if we need an analogue to the “producer”. …

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Business, venture capital, Ruby and the Fringe

A thoroughly enjoyable presentation from RubyFringe, one of the best I have ever watched. It starts with a few minutes of demonstration of a reasonably cool music tool, but the real meat is in the presentation which follows – a fast paced, insightful and downright humorous rant about a wide range of topics from Leonardo …

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the economics of digital music

I’m always interested in how other parts of the industry view the key issues in mobile and digital music publishing. It seems like a few people got together for a conference on this topic on 23 September in London. Here’s a few links about the event EconMusic – the economics of digital music : Blogs …

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