I recently made a video about IK Multimedia’s new keyboard, the iRig Keys I/O 25. It’s a midi controller with built in audio interface and works with both laptops and iPads. If you like the video, please like, comment and subscribe over on YouTube.
The track featured in my recent portable Studio video has been released on BandCamp and you can also view the video above.
The track is available in MP3 and hi-resolution FLAC, and you can pay what you want. Buy it here.
A new video for the new year. I’ve started off with a tour of my portable music making Setup, that I used during the festive period.
The setup features the iPad Pro 10.5, iRig Keys I/O 25, Korg MicroKey Air and other musical goodies.
Here’s another tutorial I put together. This one is on how to import Royalty-Free Music and Sound Effects from YouTube’s Creator Studio section. No computer needed, but you’ll need to download another app called ‘Documents’.
I’ve been using the Luma Fusion app for iPad heavily recently. It’s the most advanced video editor that you can get on iPad and I’ve used this to edit all of my recent videos. I’ve put together a tutorial on how to create a glitch effect on your videos. Check it out.
As you may have heard from the last Episode of the Matt Keil Podcast, my band Le Monnier found ourselves in a dispute with Sony Music over rights to a song we uploaded to YouTube.
We think Sony may have been making money out of our music by falsely claiming one of our songs as their own. Are they doing this to other bands? We hope not. After Sony finally removed their claim to one of our videos, I posted this blog video on the band’s YouTube channel.
I’m partial to the occasional video mashup… a lot of ones I’ve seen are pretty lame but this one is good. It’s from that Mel Gibson film where his son is kidnapped, can’t remember the name. This one’s by Swede Mason.
It’s that time of year when bands gradually start rolling out new albums for the listening public. In the run up to the release date it’s now fairly common for them to release a ‘single’ to give fans a taster of what’s to come. ‘But it’s always been like that!’ I hear you say – well indeed, but the method of which the single is released and promoted has changed dramatically.
Just wanted to share this music video of my band Le Monnier. We filmed this back in February in Bristol in a disused hotel. It was quite fun although what I remember most is being cooked by a 1000-watt lighting rig…