Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Christian Band Exchanges Musical Instruments for iPhones

In my recent blogs, I gave examples of how computers were moving from a position of scarcity and fixed location to one of abundance and "in every pocket" much like the ubiquitous telephone.

Could the same thing be true for musical instruments?  Might you someday keep an entire orchestra in your pocket?

Before you call me crazy, see how Christian band Rend Collective Experiment plays without instruments (except for their iPhones). 

1 comment:

Klavierunterricht Online said...

I play along songs and encourages parent and interactive musical play harmonica includes a music.

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