A one stop shop for all things music theory and music technology written by myself and some other talented lads.
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Ali Jamieson is a music and music technology teacher from London teaching at Garnish Music Production and privately. He started this site as a dumping ground for miscellaneous music theory and music technology articles that no one else would publish and it’s blossomed into something slightly less worse than that. @alijamieson
Matthew Cieplak (or San Francisco’s future funk artist Data/Debt, to those who know) is not only Mr. Max/MSP, Max4Live and resident code bod but also makes the site look pretty and stops it grinding to a halt. Best radio voice known to man. @datadebt
Kieran Jones is the all-seeing-eye editor of the site and is responsible for making sure we’re not mixing our metaphors, mincing our malapropisms and that all the is are dotted and ts are crossed. In his spare time he’s an avid photographer and muso-noodler like the rest of us. @kieranjonesfoto
James Brown is a producer and journalist from t’up north residing in trendy East London. During the day he writes for the likes of Harder Blogger Faster, Le Bonbon and DJ Mag, during the evening he can be found scattered around London DJing under the Plainview moniker. @iamplainview
Oliver Jarvis has been playing the saxophone for 11 years and playing professionally for 6. After graduating with a degree in music, Ollie has played at the London Jazz Festival with the Raga Jazz band This is Not Fusion and with hip-hop jazz outfit J-Treole. He’s responsible for fact-checking the music theory mumbo jumbo and the odd bit of transcription. @sax_lad