For example, the more powerful a processor, the better sounds and tones it will produce. However, the music-making industry is, yet, to catch up with the mobile revolution. Most new instruments in the market are generally toy-like , foreign, and difficult to use, says Butera. INSTRUMENT 1 deliberately focuses on the creation niche for mobile music. Overcoming Limitations The transition from a simple idea to a workable prototype, however, took much longer. Specifically, it took four prototypes, five interfaces, and multiple firmware builds to get the INSTRUMENT 1 to its current state. In his efforts, Butera, who is the youngest member of his team, was helped by Nashville-based veterans from the recording and music industries. We could have released a workable product one-and-a-half-years ago, says Butera, who admits that notoriously perfectionist companies, such as Apple Apple and Bang and Olufsen are his inspirations. The original prototype for the instrument had twelve buttons and featured components, such as Arduino, that are standard to several hardware startup products. However, Butera says the resulting prototype was limited in variety and scale. They were nice for Western music scales but they were simply switches, he says. In other words, their resulting notes were binary, which toggled between on/off switches. It was bit like a piano that can only be played at a single volume, says Butera. To overcome these limitations, Butera introduced pressure sensitivity and a raft of other features, such as velocity and sensitivity in chords. These features enable tuning of the instrument in multiple modes.
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The resulting musical collaboration served as the sound track for a music video, “The Hunter Hayes YouTube Orchestra featuring Jason Mraz,” which debuts exclusively on YouTube, before the anticipated release of the official music video this month. “When it makes sense and when there’s a natural connection, we try to bring these collaborations together,” said Ali Rivera, YouTube’s West Coast head of artist label relations. “This is the first time we’ve created an entire music video, using more established musicians and the YouTube creators.” PHOTOS: Hollywood Backlot moments Warner even relocated the official music video shoot to Los Angeles from Nashville so Hayes and Mraz could accommodate the project, which is directed by filmmaker and YouTube music producer Kurt Hugo Schneider. Warner Music executives hope the musical mash-up, together with individual music videos that have already been released by the YouTube collaborators, will introduce the song to a generation of fans who rely on YouTube personalities as tastemakers. “For some kids, people like Kurt Schneider and Tyler Ward are people that they trust,” said J Scavo, senior vice president of interactive marketing for Warner Bros. Records. “We took a natural jump into getting our artists in front of a demographic that’s tough to get 100% through traditional means.” Created purely for promotional purposes, music videos evolved into an art form during the early MTV days. Now they’re a force online: The Vevo and Warner Music channels on YouTube each attract about 200 million viewers worldwide each month, according to measurement firm ComScore. Among young adults, ages 18 to 29, music is one of the most sought-after forms of online entertainment, according to new study from Pew Research. Music videos saw the largest growth in viewership over the last four years among all adults online, half of whom now say they watch, Pew found. PHOTOS: Celebrities by The Times During filming for “The Hunter Hayes YouTube Orchestra,” Hayes sat on a park bench at YouTube’s Silicon Beach production facility in Playa Vista, strumming his guitar and singing the upbeat country music lament.
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He released his new single Monday, celebrating a R&B Canadian Thanksgiving. Post to Facebook ‘All That Matters’ for Justin Bieber is music on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1gf2xkq Incorrect please try again A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend’s email address. 12 To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs ‘All That Matters’ for Justin Bieber is music Korina Lopez, USA TODAY 1:47 p.m. EDT October 14, 2013 He released his new single Monday, celebrating a R&B Canadian Thanksgiving. Justin Bieber performs in Singapore. (Photo: Nicky Loh, Getty Images) Story Highlights Justin Bieber releases his new single, ‘All That Matters’ He’ll release a new single every Monday for 10 weeks until his movie, ‘Believe,’ comes out around Christmas SHARE 72 CONNECT 48 TWEET 12 COMMENTEMAILMORE In another attempt to add to his new sexy, manly image, Justin Bieber releases his new single, All That Matters. He plans to release a new single every “Music Monday” over the course of 10 weeks until the release of his film, Believe, slated to come out around Christmas. (Last week’s Heartbreaker was the first one.) Working with Miguel and The Weeknd, the singer shows he’s evolving into a R&B singer. Diplo produced the single. According to his manager Scooter Braun, the album was made for Beliebers: “You know he wants to show growth, but he wants to speak for himself,” he told MTV.
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For vast amount of music fans, Rdio has the best design and functionality, making it CNNMoney’s Best In Tech for the streaming music category. If you’ve never used a streaming music subscription service like Rdio or Spotify , understand that it’s not Pandora ( P ). You don’t pick a song or artist and then let the service build a randomly-generated playlist for you. Instead, for $10 a month, you have unfettered access to an online jukebox with tens of millions of songs. What really separates Rdio from the competition is its social backbone. You can follow friends, strangers, musicians, businesses, etc. and get a sense of what they’re listening to. Rdio will also recommend songs and artists for you to check out based on your friends’ interests. That may not seem like a big deal, but when you’re not quite sure what to listen to, this feature is one of the best in helping you figure it out. Another standout Rdio feature is the ability to build an online library full of “your” tracks. With rival services, having your favorite music in front of you means scrolling through hundreds of playlists in the sidebar of the app. It’s less than ideal.