The Loop Loft Flutes of Fire, now just $0.95 USD

The Loop Loft has announced that its Flutes of Fire sample pack is now available for $0.95 USD from $9 999.95 USD. What was once “the most expensive loop collection in the world” can now … read more

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Human Drum Machine

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Short links for December 3rd, 2010

Some interesting things I found recently: # Designing Sound TV Miguel Isaza introduces Designing Sound TV, Television for Sound Designers. Could you imagine the concept of television re-imagined for sound designers only? How would that … read more

Necromare releases new sample-based VST instruments

Necromare has released some more free sample-based VST instruments for Windows. What can I say I love building instruments. I think it’s part of being a composer, to finally make the sounds you need and … read more

Smule releases Magic Fiddle, music app for iPad

Smule has released Magic Fiddle, a new music app for the Apple iPad. Hello. I am your fiddle. I am programmed to make you a musical prodigy. Your untrained fingers will play beautiful music in … read more

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Propellerhead Software ReBirth, Techno Micro Composer now for iPad

Propellerhead Software has announced the release of ReBirth for iPad and iPhone. ReBirth is back! Propellerhead Software’s legendary Techno Micro Composer has been resurrected and customized for the iPad. ReBirth faithfully emulates dance music’s three … read more

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Particle Node Sequencer, Tonfall powered Flash by Justin Windle

Justin Windle at Soulwire posted a nice particle node sequencer created in Flash using the Tonfall Audio Engine, the new open source AS3 audio engine produced by Andre Michelle. Justin writes: This sequencer is based … read more

Seaquence, experimental musical petri-dish

Have a few spare minutes? Create some music with the Seaquence music ecosystem. Seaquence, an experimental musical petri-dish. Adopting a biological metaphor, Seaquence allows you to create and combine musical lifeforms into unique, dynamic compositions. … read more

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Short links for August 30th, 2010

Some interesting things I found recently: # Ready-to-Play, Tuned Beer Bottles, and Other Design Experiments with Sound From Create Digital Music: What if blowing tunes on beer bottles was raised to the level of musical … read more

Casual Underground Loopseque, music app for iPad

Casual Underground has released Loopseque, a new music app for iPad. Loopseque is an incredibly simple app for iPad. With Loopseque making music is like playing a game. Create beats, switch fast between patterns and … read more

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Short links for June 7th, 2010

Some interesting things I found recently: # Eigenharp Alpha unboxing – EigenZone Geert Bevin writes: Faithful to my Eigenharp Pico unboxing video, I also recorded one right after I received my Eigenharp Alpha. I hope … read more

Short links for March 18th, 2010

Some interesting things I found recently: # Phillips SAA-1099 Sample Pack (Copyright-free and License-free) A new pack of samples by Sebastian Tomczak: I have made a copyright-free and license-free sample pack of the Phillips SAA-1099 … read more

Short links for February 1st, 2010

Some interesting things I found recently: # The Virtual Piano for Songwriters, Singers, Producers and aspiring musicians Not Only is The Virtual Piano a Virtual instrument that you can play chords and melodies on, it … read more

The Smalls launches Street Sounds

The Smalls has launched Street Sounds, a new site created in association with Scion to capture location-based sounds that together reflect our surroundings and define our lives. Street Sounds is a collaborative and interactive Web … read more

Tonehammer announces Gnomehammer MEGA-contest (and Ballchoir Freebie)

Tonehammer has announced the Gnomehammer MEGA-contest, a chance the win the complete collection of Tonehammer sample libraries. The time has come … the stakes are up … Tonehammer and Gnomehammer are proud to announce our … read more

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Short links for November 13th, 2009

Some interesting things I found recently: # Even retro record covers can be used to create something amazing There are those who will throw away their old record covers but there are those that will … read more

Short links for October 28th, 2009

Some interesting things I found recently: # Kasabian Football Hero – DIY Larger-Than-Life, Soccer Ball-Controlled Guitar Hero Game. Using pressure pads with Arduino boards wired up to Guitar Hero's Frets on Fire Football Hero is … read more

Short links for September 28th, 2009

Some interesting things I found recently: # Max For Live Sneak Peak (Vimeo) This is a sneak peak into Max4Live. This will show you a basic intro into what you will see in the M4L … read more

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Short links for August 24th, 2009

Some interesting things I found recently: # CHEAP, FAT and OPEN – Jacob Sikker Remin's Arduino based syntesizer, his final project at the CIID (Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design). Synth features atmega328 processor 12bit DAC … read more

Lucky Frame releases Mujik

Lucky Frame has announced the release of Mujik, an iPhone application for making music in a fun, accessible, and intuitive way. Mujik uses a revolutionary graphical approach that invites players to explore world of sound. … read more

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