If you don’t want spoilers before Novation’s reveal of the Aphex Twin hardware collaboration later this month, maybe don’t read this. (And don’t walk down the street in Berlin, either.) Without even intending to, I realized I was staring into one of the Novation – Aphex Twin posters that have been appearing in major cities. […]
Our friends at Bedroom Producers Blog have a free “dirty” filter to share with you today – and odds are it will run in your DAW of choice.
Serious visual impairment or blindness is not a fringe case. And yet, a lot of electronic music technology is designed as if everyone has perfect vision. From Riga, Latvia, here’s an effort to change that attitude – and support those musicians.
Imagine a real-time Web for 3D, complete with ray-tracing and xR/AR support, based on open standards from Pixar and others. That’s the basic notion of Omniverse, the latest on NVIDIA’s campaign this year to both wow us and make us buy their GPUs. The key to Omniverse is that open standards for describing a scene […]
Bluebox wants to be the compact hub of your studio or rig – it’s a mixer, a multitrack recorder, a player, and it throws in EQ, reverb, and time-synced delay effects for good measure. And it’s blue, obviously. This US$499 cutie is the latest from 1010music, who brought us the clever Blackbox sampler and a […]
SunVox, the genius invention of Alexander Zolotov that’s free or just a few bucks on basically every platform, just keeps getting better.
In other news – Novation is teasing an announcement with Aphex Twin for 20th of October. And it’s … something. Something synth-y? But wait – there are clues. Let’s analyze.
Now Roland’s 303 and 808 are just a browser tab away, in a beautiful online recreation – and A Guy Called Gerald is here to teach everyone how to use them. Roland partnered with designer Yuri Suzuki to make 808303.studio as an “educational music creation platform” for The Design Museum in Kensington, London. That institution […]
Each part of your body – tongue, finger, arm – has its own electrical resistance. Our friend Collin Cunningham puts this to use, and then turns all of that into musical instrument controller.
Xquisite Force began as what happens when an audiovisual thread is woven from collaborator to collaborator, exquisite corpse style. The resulting images and music have produced a stunning, futuristic compilation – and a benefit for Beirut.