How today’s classical composers rely on tech

This is our video series Future Craft, where we profile creatives about how they’re adapting their craft and modernizing their technique for our evolving digital world. Composer and producer Anthony Barfield has an entire orchestra at the tip of his fingers. With a laptop and the tap of mouse, he can cue up violins, trumpets, oboes or bassoons.Read the full article

Why Mozart would be jealous of the digital library composers have today l Digiday

Anthony Barfield has an entire orchestra at the tip of his fingers. With a laptop and the tap of mouse, he can cue up violins, trumpets, oboes or bassoons. With a few more clicks and movements on the keyboard, he can compose a entire musical score for an ensemble. Barfield has perfect pitch and plays the piano, but he admits he can't imagine composing music without computer software. Watch our Future Craft piece to find out how music composition has evolved from candlelight and quill pens to software and laptops. VISIT us: http://www.digiday.com LIKE us on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/digiday FOLLOW us on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/Digiday FOLLOW our INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/digiday/