It’s exactly how musicians would want to think about animation. Time loops, free or bpm-synced, and you explore visual rhythm through lines, shapes, colors, and improvisatory gestural doodles. Looom is a total gem of an app – and this summer’s update transforms it into a serious and approachable pro tool.
A funny thing happened on the way to the digital instrument age – builders rediscovered novel acoustic and electroacoustic inventions, too. Take this gorgeous example by builder/composer/musician David Hilowitz. And it all started with a broken amp part.
This month in London, Warp Records visual collaborator Weirdcore has an intense immersive work on exhibition – epilepsy warning here before the video, for sure.* And let’s catch up with more great Weirdcore action, while we’re at it.
It’s an even more performative monome. Creator sonocircuit has built a new take on the monome norns/grid app mlr, adding new macros, transposition, LFOs, and lots more.
SoundCloud CEO Michael Weissman indicated today the company was set to cut 20% of its workforce, apparently across all offices.
I’m super serial! Eventide has a new sequencer for creating modular melodies and intervals – and it started with twelve-tone rows as its inspiration. With audio, CV, and waveform out, it could be a merry melodic source for a modular setup. There’s a ton in here. It could be an answer to the idea that […]
In this first teaser for Liquid Sky’s instrument label, the makers promises gear that raises some great questions. Like, what if a connected Eurorack module actually had enough room for your fingers? And what if your instrument makers used proceeds to reforest southern Portugal?
Inspired by crystalline geometries, Christopher Bauder’s STALACTITE towers nearly five stories over a Berlin backlot. On Sunday, it’s the setting for a dynamic exchange between DJs, queer performance artists, and interactive light – a performance that makes a statement of resistance from unstoppable Ukrainians. The event runs this Sunday, July 31, from 20:00 – 23:59; […]
Vinyl is getting near-impossible to produce and ship; digital is a mess. CDs are – sorry, just not a good format.* Game Boy cartridges seem better than ever. And Remute makes them look and sound so damned good.
Miss the days of flipping through paper pages and dreaming of electronic music and synths? Stuck in Victoria’s COVID lockdown, Modul8’s co-founders decided to bring that era back.