Intriguing iPhone use, per NYT: digital music making.
Will mobile phone orchestras supplant traditional instrumental ensembles?
Will such orchestras resonate with audiences — and with classically trained musicians and musicians of all music genres?
Key quote from the story: “… anyone with a cellphone could become a musician.”
For the classical music industry, the ability for anyone to create music on mobile phones could help to enhance the general public’s overall appreciation for music and the music-making process.
A potentially useful audience-development tool? Perhaps.
Will you download a Smule app (or other companies’ apps) onto your phone?