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This free 2-week audio jam packs everything you want in game audio, music, audio tool learning

Take two weeks. Make a game. Learn a tool. Find a new approach to sound and music. Do all of those. AGJam is an online, free environment for discovering new ideas in audio and games, and it looks fantastic, even for electronic musicians in general.

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An urgent music broadcast from Palestine draws an epic worldwide lineup in protest

Fil Mishmish – in the time of the apricots – is 72 hours of Palestinian protest music, airing online now. In an age of global disturbance, it’s drawing artists and radio stations across continents, echoing calls for systematic change.

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TransfiguraciĆ³n: decolonizing AI, in Hexorcismos’ shamanistic music and art

Meet technoshamanism – a counterbalance to AI’s use in state and corporate control and surveillance. Hexorcismos is transforming technology into something mystical – and producing beautiful images and music, at once both ancient and futuristic.

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Pairing Mode: Listen to these new music releases right now, including some unsung gems

Channeling pain and ecstasy, from dance and avant-garde and genres newly brewed, Abadir to Cinthie to Lamin Fofana to patten to Pole, summer brings more spectacular ways to fill your hard drives and souls with music.

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Find refuge in the woods with happy new tears’ Sonic Hibernation, then remake your face

Like it or not, we’re now in it for the long haul as post-human isolated COVID-19 creatures. Here’s a soundtrack project to help you find refuge – and a guide to remaking your virtual face, and what it might mean.

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Techno sound at night: FBK on finding his voice, being stronger together

This is not a museum. This is not a time to wax poetic about FBK’s stellar 25-year career. Because FBK has things to say with a steady parade of new releases, now. So if you don’t know Kevin yet – now is a great time to discover him.

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Time travel through polyrhythms: King Britt’s Back 2 Black, on repeat

Production legend, accomplished live electronic musician, and inspiration and friend King Britt has been deep in his lab again. So hop in the polyrhythmic time machine, as you may want to set its controls to “loop.”

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Electronic virtuoso Thomas Piper’s insistent voice delivers in honest, powerful “Permission to Live”

Thomas Piper’s Permission to Live is a powerful, personal statement. It comes from one of the few people who plays Ableton Push like his main instrument, from an artist who draws from a hundred skills.

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Chilled, trippy live sets and albums from JakoJako, Lucrecia Dalt, more

While clubs are empty, we’ve been getting an intimate look at how people play and imagine ideas. And one of the best sets from FACT’s new Patch Notes series features the excellent JakoJako – just when you might need some music that lets you calm your head.

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Free 80s injection: KORG Poly-800 emulated in plug-in for Mac, Windows

The year was 1983. The competition: Roland’s Juno. And KORG would introduce an instrument that … actually … would never really be as legendary as other 80s synthesizers. But it’s excellent, and you want it anyway – especially for free.

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