Short links for March 2nd, 2010

Some interesting things I found recently: # cl516: ProLoop iPhone App by Trapcode Calvin Cardioid on ProLoop for iPhone: I've been searching a long time for something like this. It's not on OSX, and it's … read more

Short links for February 18th, 2010

Some interesting things I found recently: # Meet Marv (Marv), a MIDI Actuated Robotic Vibraphone. Marv can play music of high complexity, far more complex than a human player could ever achieve, as Marv is … 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

Karlheinz Essl releases Lexikon-Sonate v3.3

Karlheinz Essl has released version 3.3 of Lexikon-Sonate, an interactive realtime composition environment for musical composition and live performances. Lexikon-Sonate is a work-in-progress which was started in 1992. Instead of being a composition in which … read more

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Short links for December 8th, 2009

Some interesting things I found recently: # Dance music with MindStorms sounds organfairy writes: It has been a while since I made music on the MindStorms bricks. But now I present the longest and most … read more

Sinevibes to host Roland synthesizer courses in Hamburg, Germany

Sinevibes has announced Roland synthesizer training courses to be held in Hamburg in summer 2010. It is a great opportunity for all Roland musicians who really want to be unique and sound like no one … read more

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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 October 16th, 2009

Some interesting things I found recently: # Drummer – A Collaborative Musical Interface with Mobility Andrea Bianchi, a Ph.D. student at the Graduate School of Culture Technology (GSCT) in the Korean Advanced Institute of Science … read more

Max for Live preview at AES New York

The AES Workshop (W2) on Friday October 9, will preview Max for Live, a new product from Ableton and Cycling ’74 that puts the power and potential of Max/MSP/Jitter into Ableton Live, enhancing Live’s creative … read more

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Short links for September 7th, 2009

Some interesting things I found recently: # Drone Machines by Tristan Shone. Drone Machines are custom made machines fabricated from raw materials and utilizing open source circuitry. The devices draw heavily on aspects of industrial … read more

Short links for August 13th, 2009

Some interesting things I found recently: # Toy Piano Rescue Project Ranjit Bhatnager bought a toy piano on eBay, but it got damaged in transport. For Awesome August I'm trying to make something of this … read more

Firelight Technologies updates FMOD Ex to v4.26 and FMOD Designer to v4.27

Firelight Technologies has released version 4.26 of FMOD Ex and version 4.27 of FMOD Designer, a world-leading library and toolkit for the creation and playback of interactive audio. This new update of the FMOD Ex … read more

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D-Touch Drum Machine

D-Touch.org has released the D-Touch Drum Machine, a drum machine with a tangible user interface. It is controlled by placing and arranging physical objects on an A4 piece of paper, which we call the interactive … read more

H.G. Fortune releases X-Wheel of Fortune 6

H.G. Fortune has released X-Wheel of Fortune 6 (X-WoF 6), a multipart music system VST instrument for Windows PC. X-Wheel of Fortune 6 (X-WoF 6) is a highly versatile multipart music system with inbuilt cell … read more

Mixblendr v0.2.2 released

A new version of the Mixblendr software package has been released. Mixblendr is open source audio editing and remixing software that you can install on your website. Mixblendr lets fans create remixes in real-time in … read more

Short links for March 2nd, 2009

Some interesting things I found recently: # The Oil Rig Turntable: The Turntable Paulo Rebordão writes: After coming across some DIY efforts at building turntables, I too decided to give it a try… For the … read more

Short links for February 17th, 2009

Some interesting things I found recently: siftables music sequencer — audio engine by Josh Kopin # Siftables by David Merrill: Siftables aims to enable people to interact with information and media in physical, natural ways … read more

Steinberg announces Cubase RC

Steinberg has announced Cubase RC, an iPhone controller application. Today Steinberg is showcasing the development of a remote controller application for the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch products at Winter NAMM 2009. The Cubase RC … read more

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Short links for January 5th, 2009

Some interesting things I found recently: # iPhone / iPod Touch Applications: Sid Player – Sid Player brings you the sound of the Commodore C64 to your iPhone and the iPod Touch. Enjoy game classics … read more