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Let’s talk craft and vision in live audiovisual performance, media art

We’re gathering with top digital media artists this week – and you can tune in. Here’s a preview of their work, on the eve of Lunchmeat Festival, Prague.

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Dreadbox Hades analog monosynth is yours to assemble, or not

Dreadbox, purveyors of gnarly electronic synths and effects, have come back with a modular-friendly analog synth, which you can assemble – if you dare.

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Original Octatrack owners are about to get all the MKII OS features

Got an original Octatrack? That MKII envy is about to get a cure, with updated firmware that brings feature parity to the MKI.

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Those standalone MPCs do wireless Link and MIDI and it’s the future

The world now: a bunch of mismatched cables, and then complicated setup. The world of the future: wireless, easy to configure. Or so we hope.

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Here’s how MeeBlip can get you started with hardware synths

We made MeeBlip because we love getting our hands on sound and playing with synth hardware. But for people not totally used to working with this kind of gear, there can be lots of questions. So, here’s a guide to adding MeeBlip triode to your setup. If you’re thinking of getting ‘out of the box’ […]

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Craft Rhythm is a sample-based drum machine kit with companion app

Modal Electronics have done it again. They’ve followed up their snap-together, affordable, simple synth with a drum machine in the same form factor.

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The big little MeeBlip triode synth now has a $119.95 everyday price

Sometimes big sounds come in small packages. And so to get MeeBlips to everyone, we have a new, everyday low price of US$119.95.

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Ton: Drum Machine arrives, free, fun looking

Ton: Drum Machine is a free iPad drum app with a circular sequencer that happens to look like another very popular drum machine

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SoundCloud, now Vimeo of Sound, instead of YouTube of Sound?

SoundCloud’s do-or-die moment came Friday – and it seems it’s do, not die. The company now takes on new executives, and a new direction.

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How sound takes Lvis Mejía from Mexico to a collective unconscious

In Mexican artist Lvis Mejía’s imagination, the ritual of sound blinks from Peruvian shamans to the Berlin zoo. We talked to him about his new work. It’s an experience of shared culture, collective unconscious – and a tale of assembling a career and collective between Mexico and Europe. Born in Mexico but with his career […]

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