Drone, Glitch and Noise: Making Experimental Music on iPads and iPhones

APPTRONICA PUBLISHES FIRST BOOK IN MUSIC APP SERIES
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Drone, Glitch and Noise: Making Experimental Music on iPads and iPhones – by Clif Johnston

Digital record label and publisher Apptronica announces the release of “Drone, Glitch and Noise: Making Experimental Music on iPads and iPhones”  Available exclusively on the Amazon Kindle Store.

SEATTLE, WA
– “Drone, Glitch and Noise” explores the exciting potential for creating experimental electronic music
on iOS devices. This book is well suited for experimental musicians looking to introduce iPads or iPhones into their
creative workflows, as well as iOS musicians looking to expand into uncharted territory.
“Experimental music is all about exploring cutting edge technologies and techniques, and right now those innovations
are happening on iOS devices”, states author Clif Johnston. “iOS music is one of the most significant developments in
the history of music.”
The book starts with an introduction to experimental music and offers tips for coming up with ideas and avoiding
creative blocks. It then moves on to the essential iOS music tools, music production workflows, midi controllers,
futuristic synths, noise apps, soundscaping, glitching, effects automation, algorithmic composition, and more.
The book is available exclusively on the Amazon Kindle Store and can be read on Kindle devices or on iPads, iPhones,
or computers using free apps available from Amazon and the iTunes App Store. “Drone, Glitch and Noise” is available
for purchase for just $2.99 USD, and may be read for free by Kindle Unlimited subscribers.
For more information, please visit the book page on Amazon at:
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About the Author: Clif Johnston is a Seattle-based writer, experimental artist, and musician with a serious iPad
addiction. He has released over 50 albums of experimental electronic music as Mood481, all produced using iPad
music apps. He also runs the Apptronica digital label, featuring music from dozens of iOS musicians.
 visit the blog at: APPTRONICA

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