Chiptune style song with Korg Volca Keys, Beats and Arturia MicroBrute

July 16, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Background video description:

A music I’ve made for a video game. I try to do sort of “8 bit music” only with my Volca Beats, Keys and my Microbrute.

Hope you’ll like it :)

©Arthur Eloy 2014

noizevil Shooting Star, WMD Geiger Counter, Mooer Ana Echo, Arduino, LED Strip Light

July 16, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

noizevil Shooting Star, WMD Geiger Counter, Mooer Ana Echo, Arduino, LED Strip Light

noizevil
http://www.noizevil.com/

Patchblocks Modular Synth

July 16, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

All you need is a Patchblock, a Mac or Windows PC and our free software. The software allows you to program your module the way you want. This is done in a so called “visual programming language”, or in other words, you don’t have to go into 100% geek mode and write code to make it happen. Visual programming is easy. You choose from a variety of low level sound processing elements and combine their functions by connecting them with virtual cables – a bit like a modular synthesiser, but in software. Your repertoire of virtual modules include various oscillators, filters, delays, and even modules for algorithmic composition.

Our editor lets you emulate how your “patch” would sound, and once you’re happy with it you can upload it to your Patchblock. This is done by simply connecting it per USB. Once programmed, you can unplug it and jam away. Patchblocks are small and battery powered, so you can put them in your pocket and rock with them wherever you want.

Available at http://patchblocks.com

All sounds produced by 4 Patchblocks with the following patches:
http://patchblocks.com/groups/general…
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Take for iPad, Demo and Tutorial, 100% free quick capture multitrack recorder

July 15, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Take is an app from the makers of Thor and Figure, Its a quick way to capture your song ideas anytime you may have one

Get it here >>

FL Studio 64 Bit | Product Launch

July 15, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Image-Line has announced the release of a 64-bit version of its FL Studiomusic production software.

FL Studio 64 Bit is a free option for existing customers while new customers get FL Studio 32 and 64 Bit with no change to current FL Studio pricing.

FL Studio 64 is available in a single unified FL Studio 32/64 Bit installer or as a 64 Bit update installer for any version of FL Studio 11.

FL Studio 64 Bit features

  • Access up to 512 GB memory, depending on your Windows version.
  • 32 Bit bridged and 64 Bit native VST plugin support.
  • Project compatibility between 32 and 64 Bit versions.
  • FL Studio available as a 64 Bit VST plugin for use in 64 Bit VST hosts.
  • Limitations: The following features & plugins rely on 3rd party code that is not available in 64 Bit at this time – Buzz Adapter, Edison ‘Clean Audio’ function*, FL Slayer, Fruity Soundfont Player*, Synthmaker/Flowstone*, Wasp/Wasp XT (*Planned for a future 64 Bit update).

Find more details on the 64-bit update at this news post.

FL Studio is available for purchase in various editions, starting at $99 USD. New Image-Line customers can save 10% off a purchase here.

More info here >>

Korg Gadget – London – Instrument Tour

July 15, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

App: Korg Gadget
Instrument: London Hypersonic PCM Drum Module

Get awesome sounds on your iPad with Korg Gadget.

AppSessions are Jam Sessions powered by iOS Music Apps

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1st Pattern on the Analog Rytm

July 15, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

John Durbin: “About 1 hour after unboxing my new drum machine.
I love this thing!”

 

Stanford Laptop Orchestra | Twilight (2013)

July 14, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Twilight (2013) for laptop orchestra
by Ge Wang
performed by Stanford Laptop Orchestra (SLOrk)
Bing Concert Hall @ Stanford University, May 2013.

Inspired by the classic science-fiction short story “Twilight” by John W. Campbell (published in 1934, under the pseudonym “Don A. Stuart”), this piece ruminates not of the dawn, ascension, nor triumph of the human race, but of one possible demise set seven million years in the future. This end is not one of annihilation through war, nor decimation from famine or disease, but a golden decrescendo of defeat brought on by the gradual, peaceful, but unstoppable usurping of technology and machines — and the loss of man’s curiosity and sense of wonder. From the original text:

“Twilight – the sun has set. The desert out beyond, in its mystic, changing colors. The great, metal city rising straight-walled to the human city above, broken by spires and towers and great trees with scented blossoms. The silvery-rose glow in the paradise of gardens above.”

i. The Dead City
“And all the great city-structure throbbing and humming to the steady gentle beat of perfect, deathless machines built more than three million years before – and never touched since that time by human hands. And they go on. The dead city. The men that have lived, and hoped, and built – and died to leave behind them those little men who can only wonder and look and long for a forgotten kind of companionship. They wander through the vast cities their ancestors built, knowing less of them than the machines themselves.”

ii. A Song of Longing
“And the songs. Those tell the story best, I think. Little, hopeless, wondering men amid vast unknowing, blind machines that started three million years before – and just never knew how to stop. They are dead – and can’t die and be still.”

This is the first installment in the Twilight series for various and mixed media. The cycle explores the psychology, longing, beauty and sadness of a twilight of humanity ending not in a bang, but an irreversible powerdown, basked in the golden, lingering, dying glow of man’s dusk.

Experimental: 雨音の由来

July 14, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Googlish:

It is a video that was broadcast on “in the classroom of Techne image” of NHK.
This is a video you want to test the hypothesis that sound rain that, or not than is made in the integrated sound of water droplets hit the thing.

http://tha.jp/4561

8 Minutes with an Akai AX-80

July 14, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

All video and music by c.2014 G-Storm Electro
http://gstormelectronica.blogspot.com/

There are quite a few good demos of the AX-80 out there already. I wanted to program a few basic sounds and some unique aspects of the AX-80. Some parts I use the Beatstep sequencer, chord memory, and the Big Sky reverb.

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