MacVoicesTV #1390: Jim Dalrymple on NAMM, Music Creation and Production, Perceptions of Apple, and Blackberry’s Status
Jim Dalrymple catches up on his activities at the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) show, and comments on the importance and place Apple holds in the professional music industry from both the creation and production perspectives. Jim discusses some of the developments in digital music tools and how they actually support and help drive the physical and hardware side of the business. Jim also delivers some thoughts on the perception vs. reality of Apple, Blackberry’s latest moves and whether they will or won’t save the company, and more.
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Jim Dalrymple is the founder and Editor in Chief at The Loop. You can follow him on Twitter, you can follow his alter ego, The Beard as well, or join Jim Dalrymple Fans on FaceBook. He is a guitar player and dog lover who has been reporting on Apple for almost 20 years. You can find his blog at Sometimes I say things.