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Deezer’s Spleeter is an open source AI tool to split stems, for remixes or … karaoke?

The real power of machine learning may have nothing to with automating music making, and everything to do with making sound tools hear the way you do.

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Op-ed: KORG has transformed synthesizers by letting them run plug-ins, says Sinevibes

No new ideas in synthesizers? Not so, says independent developer Artemiy Pavlov. He was excited enough about KORG’s direction that he’s written about why he thinks it changes music tech for the better. The Ukraine-based coder who releases under his Sinevibes brand is someone we’ve followed on CDM for some years, as a source of […]

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Osmose is a new “augmented” keyboard, from Haken and Expressive E

The dream of a keyboard with expansive expression, not just organ-style key-plunking, now sees a new integrated instrument. And the maker of the Haken Continuum is involved.

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Gays Hate Techno talk non-commercial techno culture, with a killer compilation to match

Their festival has no wristbands. Their lineups aren’t blowing up on socials. But when Gays Hate Techno throws a party or does a compilation – like the one that just dropped – what you get is nothing but musical spirit.

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Cubase 10.5: what do you get for the DAW that has everything?

The software has always been feature packed. But in addition to serious workflow tools, the latest release might add some inspiration, too.

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Eventide’s iOS effects are quietly becoming must-have tools

Without anyone really making much fuss about it, we suddenly live in an age when we can run effects more or less however we want.

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Bitwig Studio 3.1 lets you do loads of creative stuff with pitch, tuning, slicing

The latest update from Bitwig offers variations on a theme – from microtuning to lots of new features for working with pitch editing and playing live. Oh, and it’s easier to learn, too.

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16″ MacBook Pro, a better MBP at 15″ prices, as Apple responds to user feedback

Apple has a 16″ MacBook Pro that improves performance, adds a bigger, better display, and makes promising changes to the keyboard – without increasing price. Next question: should you upgrade? Apple’s flagship laptops still command a price premium: standard configurations are US$2,399 and $2,799, which can be punishing for cash-strapped musicians (especially in other countries […]

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Game Boy music classic Nanoloop is coming to two dedicated mobile gadgets

Nanoloop, the ingeniously simple pocket music making tool, is being reborn. Two new dedicated pocket hardware devices promise to do what once required Nintendo’s Game Boy.

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You can learn a lot from Surgeon’s live rigs

Our friends at Resident Advisor took a peek at the techno legend’s battle-tested live rigs. And it’s not so much about gear – it says a lot about musical technique.

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