Christopher Laird Simmons

Christopher Simmons

Christopher Laird Simmons has been a working journalist since his first magazine sale in 1984. He has since written for wide variety of print and online publications covering lifestyle, tech and entertainment. He is an award-winning author, designer, photographer, and musician. He is a member of ASCAP and PRSA. He is the founder and CEO of Neotrope®, based in Temecula, CA, USA.

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  1. Supafleye
    Jul 11, 2011 @ 8:42 PM PDT

    All I can say is game, set, match Music Computing (MC). In less than a year Victor has introduced his new company’s line of workstations, peripherals and gadgets while maintaining the moral high ground and let the past be the past. I think he has maybe set the bar to high for even himself this time? What the hell can MC do to top this in six months? Nothing! Unless Waves, Spectrasonics, Avid and the others all conspire to make one big ass super Frankenstein VSTi-DAW, that 192GB plateau is safe for a while. Granted it may never be a need for that much RAM, but remember it ain’t about the benchmark specs but rather the advertised specs. That’s how it is and always gonna be. So for now Victor and the gang can rest easy and get that ASCAP clearance for there new on-hold music theme, Hammer’s “Can’t Touch This”. While the other guys may wanna enlist Lil Jon to remix their new theme, “Taps”!