MATRIXSYNTH: Music Creation using the Hotz Translator - Mick Fleetwood

Monday, November 11, 2019

Music Creation using the Hotz Translator - Mick Fleetwood

Published on Jul 31, 2007 Hotz777

"Mick Fleetwood and Jimmy Hotz show a variety of writing styles, using the Hotz Translator technology, that was invented by Jimmy Hotz and first manufactured by Atari. Mick Fleetwood does the narration.

For more information about Jimmy Hotz and his music and inventions, visit or the Hotz store at"

via this auction

"I have seen three things in my life that I instantly knew would have a profound effect on the future; the personal computer, the mouse and the Hotz Translator."
Steve Wozniak - co-founder of Apple Computers

Electronics, synthesizers, computers and digital recording have all made an enormous impact on music composition, performance and recording. Despite these advances, the process of becoming an accomplished musician - especially one trained in the theory and complex language of music - has remained essentially the same for centuries. This consists of many years of constant practice of physical patterns in conjunction with the study of diverse approaches to music theory. Most people with the innate potential to express themselves musically are prevented from doing so when faced with such a difficult path. Hotz technology addresses this problem in an elegant and empowering way that enables anyone, regardless of musical experience, to play music on a level that is fundamentally impossible without Hotz Translator technology.

"For songwriters, the Hotz Translator is a dream come true."
Craig Anderton - founding editor of Electronic Musician Magazine

"This is the future of music."
Herman Rarebell - The Scorpions

No comments:

Post a Comment


© Matrixsynth - All posts are presented here for informative, historical and educative purposes as applicable within fair use.
MATRIXSYNTH is supported by affiliate links that use cookies to track clickthroughs and sales. See the privacy policy for details.