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Learning the iOS SDK goes along with Objective C/Cocoa. It's a steep learning curve, but well worth it - solved my sheet music page turning problems by doing so!


Another major perk to learning a programming language like ruby on rails, RoR programmers make mad money... You could make enough money in a year for a decently high budget album release... I know RoR programmers making upto $120 an hour.
$100k is amazing marketing money for an album... Just a thought


Thank you for this.


This is an introduction to "programming languages" for musicians. Possibly of m
ore interest: "programming languages for musicians." Have a look at ChucK (http://chuck.cs.princeton.edu/), Pure Data (http://puredata.info/) and SuperCollider (http://supercollider.sourceforge.net/). The latter is Radiohead's language of choice. Of the three, ChucK is the easiest to get started with.

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