We love it when people use Jukedeck to create bigger and better works of art – be that a video, game or song.
Yesterday evening a tweet reached us.
— Rizu (@PrincessRizu) April 16, 2015
We were bowled over by the inventiveness and sheer skill of Princess Rizu.
And it’s reminded us of something we often talk about. The composition and production of music is both an open and restricted practice. Almost anyone can make original music – simply by hammering on their breakfast table or humming random sounds. But much of the music that we like to listen to and use requires significant resources – education, facilities, time – to create. If we can lower this barrier – democratise composition if you will – for those who don’t have those resources, we’ll be pretty happy.