PUSH TURN MOVE

Book focusing on interface design in electronic music is coming soon      23/03/17

PUSH TURN MOVE


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PUSH TURN MOVE is a new book on great interface design in electronic music that will be coming to Kickstarter April 18th. It is written by Danish designer, author and electronic musician Kim Bjørn and edited by Mike Metlay, editor at Recording Magazine and Paul Nagle, reviewer at Sound on Sound Magazine. The foreword is written by Jean-Michel Jarre. Here's the info that the publishers have sent us...

Meet the designers, makers, musicians and their instruments and learn how they have shaped the world of electronic music. Richly illustrated with a unique collection of sketches, photos and graphics and with a foreword by electronic music visionary Jean-Michel Jarre.

The book's essence is to celebrate innovative interface designs, provide a categorization of gear and explore the functional, artistic, philosophical and aesthetic world of user interfaces in the context of making and performing of electronic music.

Exclusive interviews with: Roger Linn, Dave Smith,Keith McMillen, Richard Devine, Suzanne Ciani, Olivier Gillet, Ean Golden, Brian Crabtree, Matt Moldover, Axel Hartmann, Dorit Chrysler, DiViNCi, Skinnerbox, Native Instruments, Ableton, Teenage Engineering, Roland and many more.

A wide range of landmark pieces of equipment is featured along with chapters on design principles, interface elements, visualisation of sound and instrument and controller concepts such as grids, touch and modular. PUSH TURN MOVE is the very first of its kind in both scope and depth.


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