Apple has posted an interesting new discussion with the angst-filled Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails fame. The article details how he uses Macs exclusively to make his music (as well as play a few games). Reznor got into the gaming industry earlier on in his career when he produced the music for id Software's original Quake. He also notes this might not be his last foray into the game music biz:
Then he confides that he’s been talking to John Carmack about scoring the music for a new version of Doom. "I would do something like that mainly because it's a hobby of mine, I appreciate the technology, and it's fun to work outside Nine Inch Nails once in a while."
"Quake was fun because they didn't want hard-rock goofy music going through the game," explains Reznor, "it was all about atmosphere at the time."
Check out the rest of the article for more. Reznor has to be the most interesting AppleMaster yet! Carmack has repeatedly noted in the past that their next project would support OSX, though no official word on DOOM III for that OS has been announced as of yet.
Apple Reznor Interview