Last year, I raved about Bloom, an iPhone app from ambient music pioneer Brian Eno. Now Eno and the team behind Bloom have created Air [app store link]. Eno says the app is like an endless version of his famous composition "Music for Airports." Air lets users create a complex, gradually shifting composition using vocal and piano samples. There are three different listen modes - each one its own ...
Brian Eno is one of my favorite composers, so I was thrilled to hear that he was releasing a new composition tool for the iPhone. It's called Bloom, and it lets you generate, play and visualize ambient music. It's hard to explain how this works, but you basically tap the screen in different places to generate sounds. The sounds you play repeat periodically to form a composition. Because the notes ...
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