Composer Richard Devine just may be the hardest-working composer in electronic music today. From early work such as his attention-grabbing remix of Aphex Twin's "Come to Daddy" to current projects for film, video games, and even Google, he's always busy.
Recently, he sat down with the MIDI Association (formerly the MIDI Manufacturers' Association), the non-profit alliance of industry professionals that serves as official steward of the MIDI spec and engages in public education about MIDI and electronic instruments. Though those who know his work associate him with mountains of modular and analog synth gear, he emphasizes how important MIDI is to his workflow and livelihood.
The original interview, which you can read here, then segués into him looking forward to using iConnectivity's new MIO M10 MIDI interfaces -- which notably can connect to and integrate two computers at once in addition to routing MIDI data from a ton of gear -- to further integrate his studio. iConnectivity CEO Michael Loh then chimes in.
Check out a bit of Richard's patch experimentation below.