#68: Tim Webb - Creator of Discchord.com for iOS Music Apps
Tim Webb has gone to great lengths to bring us the latest and greatest in iOS music making news. His site Discchord.com covers all the latest releases, updates, and relevant YouTube walkthroughs, jams, and reviews of music making software for iPhone and iPad. In a refreshing blast of honesty, Tim is not afraid to tell you what apps suck and are not worth your time. He has been a faithful supporter of developers and app users worldwide for the better part of the last decade.
Tim was kind enough to sit down with me for a in-depth discussion about his work, developing apps, and creating and maintaining a one person business. He offers important lessons on discipline and sincerity that are applicable to all kinds of pursuits. Tim has been extremely supportive of my own work and the work of many creatives who put themselves and their art on the web. It was a pleasure to finally speak with him and learn some important lessons and viewpoints on running a successful music-based business.
- Discchord - Tim's website, dedicated to covering all things iOS music making. Buy your apps through his affiliate links to help support Tim's work at no cost to you.
- YouTube - Check out Tim's videos on iOS apps and music production tutorials.
- Twitter - Follow Tim's work on Twitter.
- Patreon - Support Tim on Patreon.
- Everyone Can Play Music - A great video series, and the one that helped me learn my Korg MS-20. Thanks Tim!
- Let's Play with Apps - Tim explores a variety of iOS music apps.
- API Hack - Tim's own app for doing things I don't understand!
- Cassini - One of Tim's favorite synth apps.
- Foodman - We spoke about this article on Ableton.com about Foodman's unique approach to music making.
- Expanding Sound - Music production tutorials, sound packs, and music from my good friend, Mike Longo.