Wearable recorder keeps your mic close at hand | Cult of Mac Worn like a smartwatch, the Kapture takes in the sounds within a five-foot radius of you, continuously recording on a 60-second loop. Should you enter a verbal agreement with someone or hear something worth saving, like an infant’s first word or an inspirational gem from your grandmother, tap the face of the Kapture device to save the last minute of audio.
I'll sample that.
Labels: producing, recording, sampling
Tidal artist Prince disses Apple for taking money from musicians Apple Music may be gaining an edge over rival companies like Spotify thanks to its remuneration of artists — but in a new interview, the artist currently known as Prince inexplicably blames Cupertino for musicians making no money on the Internet.
Prince is sassy enough to articulate his opinion. We like Prince.
Labels: free download, future music, indie labels, itunes, itunes radio
Facebook iPhone app gets 'Music Stories' tied to Apple Music, iTunes & Spotify People using the Facebook iPhone app can now make and see posts with 30-second samples from services including Apple Music, iTunes, and Spotify, depending on the source of the link. Facebook said it intends to add support for more services in the near future.
Corporate rock rocks.
Labels: apple music, facebook