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Holly Herndon + more things

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Holly Herndon

Holly Herndon and Jace Clayton in conversation. Holly and Jace are interesting characters. They are academics, at least one published book author and artists. They have explored areas such as sampling themselves and the use of machine learning in composition and sound creation.

Holly Herndon on process is fascinating. I think this has wider implications for creative industries. It does raise question about the nature of creation itself in terms of intellectual property.

James Lavelle

James Lavelle on the history of Mo’Wax. These films by FACT magazine are nice. Although they miss a few things.

Lavelle’s impact goes beyond music:

Lavelle has managed to self destruct and reinvent himself, which is only obliquely touched upon in this footage.

More on the history of Mo’Wax. There is more serendipity in this than this video lets on. Also Japan’s Major Force Records needs more kudos than seems to happen in this video. If you liked this it is well worthwhile checking out the

Sleep app pivot

How J&J Research Led From Bath-Time to a Mobile Sleep App | Digital – AdAge – fascinating story how consumer insights can dramatically shake up product development and or service design