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DJ Player Professional 9.7.3

The latest version of DJ Player Professional has yet another good crop of updates tweaks and fixes to keep this app up to date

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Behringer teases Oberheim, Roland remakes; hints at production delays

Behringer are busy teasing still more analog synth remakes. But messages from the company suggest they may be struggling to produce their Minimoog clone.

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Long-term hands-on: Razer Blade 14” as creative laptop

Not just for gamers any more: Razer’s high-spec Blade laptop holds promise for music making, too. I’ve taken one for an extended test to see how it holds up.

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Accusonus explain how they’re using AI to make tools for musicians

First, there was DSP (digital signal processing). Now, there’s AI. But what does that mean? Let’s find out from the people developing it.

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Two sequenced Max for Live devices go off the usual grid

Will a step sequencer be a tool just for expected repetition? Or can it take you somewhere different? A series called “Out Of Grid” aims for the latter.

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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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