JavaFX and the music world

My friends are well aware that I am not a music aficionado. I use music to relax and as background for the times when I am deep thought (a dangerous past time :-)). In the past (think college) I've been interested in how music is digitized and the physics of waves.

In last few month I was exposed to a new music medium - the music console build by a Indaba. Beyond music, the interesting part for me has been the fact that the new version of the console is built using JavaFX.

Using the console blew me away. I had no idea that there are that many talented people willing to experiment with music and technology. Just a huge opportunity for creativity, a place for artists and geeks.

Comments:

Hi Octavian,

I am glad that you liked the Indaba's DAW. I am please to inform that KSPTech (http://www.ksptechinc.com) did most of the UI work using Sun's own JavaFX. And for those who do not know it, this was a migration from Adobe Flash to JavaFX and great achievement for JavaFX.

It was indeed a fun and a challenge to use JavaFX for such a complex project.

Posted by Kuldip on August 06, 2009 at 04:41 AM PDT #

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