Tech Talk: LL Goes Tech, Debuts New Recording App at CES

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January 17, 2013 ‐ By Ann Brown
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If it seems like everyone and their mother has created a smartphone app, you may be right. Add LL Cool J to the list. The veteran rapper recently debuted his new recording app the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.

The MyConnect Studio app is a platform to allow musicians to collaborate from different locations via their electronic devices, reports EUR. LL even gave a demonstration at CES during which he recorded a song live with an engineer based in New York City on a Sony VAIO Tap 20!, according to the Windows Experience Blog.

When it becomes available, the app will be launched on the Windows 8 operating system. “Windows 8 allows us to do it across multiple devices,” LL explained to ESPN’s Jenn Brown at CES. “Now we can do it in mobile in touch screen. We don’t have to configure our app for every device you have. It’s like one size fits all.”

There is a lot of other LL news lately. The hip-hop artist/actor just turned 45 earlier this month; he has signed on to perform at the upcoming Essence Festival, and he is readying his much-anticipated comeback album, Authentic Hip Hop.

And for more from CES, check out our stories here and here.

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