New Pink Floyd album out soon

September 23, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 


“The Endless River” is the name of a brand new Pink Floyd album to be released later this year. The material on this album originate from the 1993 “Division Bell” sessions when David Gilmour, Rick Wright and Nick Mason played freely together at the Britannia Row and Astoria studios.

In 2013 David Gilmour and Nick Mason revisited the music from those sessions and decided that the tracks should be made available as part of the Pink Floyd repertoire. It would be the last time the three of them would be heard together as Pink Floyd keyboard player Richard ‘Rick’ Wright would die in 2008. The band have spent the last year recording and upgrading the music, using the advantages of modern studio technology to create “The Endless River”.

“The Endless River” is not surprisingly a tribute to Rick Wright. It is a mainly instrumental album with one song, “Louder Than Words” holding new lyrics by Polly Samson, arranged across 4 sides and produced by David Gilmour, Phil Manzanera, Youth and Andy Jackson.

Release date: 10 November 2014.

ScaleGen – new iPad tool for organizing pitches into custom scales and tunings

September 23, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 


ScaleGen for iPad – described as ‘the ultimate tool for musicians who want to explore new ways of thinking about music.’

ScaleGen is a tool for organizing pitches into custom scales and tunings. It lets you create and audition scales within the app, and then export it as a MIDI file or to their gestural music app Gestrument.

It goes far beyond mainstream types of scales, letting you experiment with up to 24 notes per octave, use historical and experimental microtonal tuning and even scales that are different in each octave, like the overtone series.

ScaleGen – musical scales redefined…

You think you know what a scale is – think again. In ScaleGen you can do all that you would traditionally imagine when it comes to scales and pitch organisation, and then much, much more.

This is the perfect tool for experimental composers in any genre as well as for musicians who want to explore new ways of thinking about music. The educational aspects of how pitches can be organised makes ScaleGen a must have for serious music students. But the directness of the app makes the learning both fun and artistically developing.

Define or change scales in the most detailed and intricate way. Audition the scales you make from within the app or export it as a MIDI file or use our iOS app Gestrument to try them out.

This is the tool for anyone who wants to go beyond the traditional tonalities in whichever genre you choose. ScaleGen comes with predefined scales of all kinds – from the traditional Western scales and early music scales to Asian scales from India, Indonesia and elsewhere.

ME THE TIGER – Heartbeats

September 23, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 


Direction, photo and edit by Tobias Andersson
Additional photo and lights by Jonas Martinsson
Color correction by Johan Stolpe

Dancer: William Ljungberg
Actors: Emma Henriksson, Linnea Risinger, Sofia Hedman and Sara From

Tank you: Falu Pride, Magasinet, Musik i Dalarna, NTI-gymnasiet, Bilda, Johannes Lindgren, Simon Arvidsson, Tommy Hampgård, Ida Ekskog, Tony Alanen, Lina Gabrielli, Johan Nordin, Tina Prestberg and Johan Stolpe.

KORG MicroKorg track from the outer space

September 22, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

This track is entirely made with Korg MicroKorg using the presets from the “Analog MicroKorg” sound pack:…
Presets are compatible with Korg MS2000.
No additional effects were used, only a compressor on the mix.

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Chipshop – free sample pack featuring 844 C64, Atari and Nintendo samples

September 22, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 


Midi Error has announced Chipshop, a free sample pack featuring 844 samples.

A free sample pack crammed with over 800 individual samples and 70+ Loops. All recorded direct from C64, AtariSt and Nintendo Gameboy.

We are the music makers.

Chipshop features

  • Gameboy (Nanoloop, LSDJ): 91 bass, synth, lead, perc and sfx hits and 117 sampeld drum hits.
  • SID (Cynthcart, Retroskoi): 61 bass, lead and sfx hits.
  • YM2149 (Various): 36 bass hits, 48 custom fx, 124 drum hits, 145 multi-samples (5 instruments over 5 octaves), 29 white noise hits, 29 sampled hits, 110 sfx hits, 54 synth hits.
  • 70 loops: 22 full loops and 48 drum/synth loops.
  • 844 samples in total.

The pack is a free download at Midi Error’s SoundCloud page.

The Beatles “Ticket To Ride” cover – a duet by I Speak Machine’s Tara Busch and the ARP 2600

September 21, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Sneak Preview for our show at Southbanks Centre, Sunday September 21st!

Deep in the Welsh countryside, there stands The Screeching Barn (aptly named for the owls nearby) , where this was filmed! I’ve been working in this loft for the past 9 months, eerie, bizarre, isolated & quite lovely.

On September 21st, I Speak Machine – the film/music collective consisting of Tara Busch & Maf Lewis will be previewing 3 sci-fi horror short films at the Southbank Centre’s Purcell Room – and possibly playing this little number as well!

Buy tickets here:…

The beautiful machine accompanying me here is the wonderful ARP 2600. I fell upon covering song this one day when I was getting my head around this glorious beast…and thought it would be quite romantic to do a “duet” with him. This, along with all the other gear I will be playing for this show was lent to me by Dave Spiers & Chris Macleod at G Force Software – .

Hope to see you at the show…and perhaps you’ll request this? x

More here:

Facebook Event Page:…

The Dossier – Give Me Your Name

September 21, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

From the Whipsmart LP ‘Strange Arrangements’, out now:
(c) 2014 Whipsmart Recordings
Directed/Photographed/Edited by William Murray


01. Sunrise (04:58)
02. Another Night, Another Day (03:30)
03. Tramps Like Us (03:19)
04. Nobody Does This Better (02:52)
05. Dying Horses (03:51)
06. Give Me Your Name (04:41)
07. Hotblooded (04:04)
08. If You’re In My City (03:37)
09. Limb From Limb (04:46)
10. Let Your Heart Speak My Name (04:38)

KraftWerk @ FrenchTV1978 RARE By Nafoute Radioactivity

September 21, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

KraftWerk @ FrenchTV1978 RARE By Nafoute Radioactivity

TherapSid – new SID synth from Twisted Electrons

September 20, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 


Twisted Electrons has released their newest synthesizer, the TherapSid.

Based on the SID (Sound Interface Design) chip and named for the fearsome long-toothed Therapsid dinosaur, the TherapSid is an “aggressive” synth intended “to create roaring noises that will cut through your mix like razor-sharp claws through a mammoth steak.”

TherapSid Features:

  • Compatible with all SIDS
  • 3 Oscillators, 4 waveforms per oscillator
  • Multimode Filter
  • 35 Knobs, 31 Buttons
  • SID pcb isolated from main pcb (less noise)
  • Switched audio input for running signals through the filter
  • 100 Presets
  • 3 LFOs: 4 waveforms, 12 target knobs
  • 16 Step Modulator: sequence up to 20 knob positions, per step in a snap! Also modulate Ring Mod, Sync and Waveform for all voices.
  • Pedal Glide: enable/disable glide with the sustain pedal
  • Compatible with free iPad app (pending app store approval)
  • Fully MIDI automated (see midi spec. chart in manual)
  • Future proof: Firmware updates via sysex
Overview: presets – lfo – step mod – ipad app

Jordan Rudess (Dream Theatre) introduces the Jordantron

September 20, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Presenting Wizdom Music’s new app Jordantron. This is the first time Jordan Rudess, who is best known as the keyboardist for Dream Theater, has released a complete set of his exclusive sounds to the public. Jordantron will turn your iPad into the grandest and most epic sounding instrument ever!
Developed for Wizdom Music by Omenie, UK-based mellotron specialists


Developed for Wizdom Music by Omenie, UK-based mellotron specialists, Jordantron features :
• 57 sampled stereo instruments, 940MB of samples
• 4 octave samples per voice, 6 playable octaves
• Voices categorized by ‘velocity sensitive’, ‘leads’, ‘orchestral / choral’, ‘pads’ and ‘strings’
• Velocity sensitivity on selected voices
• Decay tails on selected voices
• Octave shift keys to extend range of on-screen keyboard
• ‘Half-speed’ tape mode
• 12 programmable chord pads
• Warm, lush stereo reverb
• 32 ‘VOICEBANKs’ holding voice, reverb and ABC blend settings for instant retrieval
• Giant ‘Jordan-style’ whole octave divebombs (configurable as whole tone or whole octave downshift)
• Support for multiple simultaneous instruments via MIDI
‘Oscillotron’ waveform display

First and foremost, this is a giant sample collection wrapped in its own playable instrument, designed for live and studio use with MIDI control. Jordantron allows its two internal Tron engines to be controlled by a pair of external class-compliant MIDI keyboards for maximum performance flexibility, one controlling the blendable ‘ABCtron’, the other controlling the ‘Dtron’ which is usually dedicated to chord pads. A flexible MIDI response allows VOICEBANKs to be retrieved using MIDI Program Change, so the iPad screen never needs to be touched during performance.

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