Solar Echoes – exploring the sonic patterns of matter

November 14, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

You got to see this – Really cool video!

Exploring the new KORG electribe

November 14, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Background video description:

bad news
my KORG new electribe…….initial defectiveness!!!!!

Electribe leaves my home with initial defectiveness.
It was slightly 2-day self-possession.
bad and sad news

開封して2時間くらいでこの動画を撮りました。

撮影後、あれこれ機能を確認していた最中に本体の異常があったので、
購入店に連絡して確認したところ初期不良でした。新しいelectribeは僅か2日­間で我が家から去りました。

electribe2で演奏しました。2回目です。
Please listen with headphones.

DYM – N.W.O. (Club Mix)

November 14, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

1st track from the “NWO EP” released digitally by DWA on November 7th 2014, and coming on February 10th 2015 on limited edition 12″ vinyl – with 2 bonus tracks not found on the digital version…
iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/album/id93928…
DWA Bandcamp: http://dwa-digital.com/album/nwo-ep

The singing comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenk

November 14, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

The Rosetta mission has detected a mysterious signal coming from Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko.

The mission has five instruments in the Rosetta Plasma Consortium (RPC) that measure the plasma environment surrounding the comet.

Plasma is a charged gas and the RPC is tasked with understanding variations in the comet’s activity, how 67P’s jets of vapour and dust interacts with the solar wind and the dynamic structure of the comet’s nucleus and coma.

But when recording signals in the 40-50 millihertz frequency range, the RPC scientists stumbled on a surprise — the comet was singing, they report.

Through some kind of interaction in the comet’s environment, 67P’s weak magnetic field seems to be oscillating at low frequencies. In an effort to better understand this unique ‘song’, mission scientists have increased the frequency 10,000 times to make it audible to the human ear.

First detected in August as Rosetta approached the comet from 100 kilometres, this magnetic oscillation has continued.

Rosetta scientists speculate that the oscillations may be driven by the ionisation of neutral particles from the comet’s jets.

As they are released into space, they collide with high-energy particles from interplanetary space and become ionised. Because it is electrically charged, the plasma then interacts with the cometary magnetic field, causing oscillations. But to draw any conclusions about this, further work is needed.

“This is exciting because it is completely new to us,” says Karl-Heinz Glaßmeier, head of Space Physics and Space Sensorics at the Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany.

“We did not expect this and we are still working to understand the physics of what is happening.”

Rosetta is currently lining up to deploy its robotic Philae lander to the comet at 20.00 AEDT.

During landing manoeuvers, the RPC is expected to help tracking Philae’s descent to the comet’s surface. The time between separation and landing is expected to take around seven hours.

It takes 28 minutes and 20 seconds for signals to travel at the speed of light from Rosetta to mission control in Germany.

New video from Vanguard – A Brighter Day [single edit]

November 13, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

A Brighter day – Single edit

Full single can be downloaded now at our bandcamp page:
https://vguard.bandcamp.com/album/a-b…

Available on spotify, Itunes etc within 3 weeks.

Visit our facebookpage for more info: facebook.com/vanguardofficial

Website : www.vanguardofficial.com

Rob Papen – RAW synth sneak preview

November 13, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

RAW Sneak preview about ModWheel controlling the Reverb FX

Sneak Preview on the new RAW synthesizer! VST/AU/AAX 32/64bit
Note this new synthesizer will also be part of eXplorer-III as well. So check out our complete bundle:
http://www.robpapen.com/explorer-3.html

Check out the new Korg KRONOS

November 13, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

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Korg today introduced the new Kronos – the most powerful version of their flagship keyboard music workstation to date;

“The new Kronos features the unrivaled 9-engine structure from previous versions, with numerous improvements to both sound capability and overall functionality,” said Korg Brand Manager James Sajeva. “Truly, this is the most powerful synthesizer on the planet.”

Sajeva explains what’s been updated in the new Kronos: “Our SGX piano engine, already revered for its German and Japanese grands, now also includes a 9GB Berlin grand with dedicated una corda (soft pedal) samples, plus sympathetic string resonance that works on all the SGX pianos” he continued. “It’s truly an amazing piano experience. There are new banks of sounds based on famous song titles for our cover players and those looking for ‘that’ sound for their recordings, plus a ‘best of’ bank from KaPro, who has created numerous libraries for the Kronos line.”

Other new features include system-wide Touch/Drag via the Kronos’ color TouchView screen; allowing the user to edit onscreen parameters faster than ever.

An evolved Set List mode provides the capability to resize their custom text per set list entry, and enter text via either an onscreen QWERTY or external USB ASCII keyboard. Entries can also be color-coded for better organization and visibility, and users can even decide how many set list entries appear on the screen at time, allowing for more (and larger) onscreen text to remind you of lyrics, changes, or other notes.

An improved search function helps users to find the perfect sound faster than ever.

Other improvements include onscreen metering in Combination and Sequencer modes, along with the ability to edit Programs within a Combination to hear the edits in context with other parts.

The improvements don’t end with the software, either; the new Kronos also boasts natural wood side panels, easier-to-read silkscreened text and gold-plated audio I/O jacks.

Korg Kronos synth engines:

  • SGX-2 Premium Piano
  • EP-1 MDS Electric Piano
  • CX-3 Tonewheel Organ
  • HD-1 High Definition PCM Synthesize
  • MS-20EX & PolySixEX Legacy Analog Modeling
  • AL-1 High-Fidelity Analog Modeling
  • MOD-7 Waveshaping VPM Synthesizer
  • STR-1 Plucked Strings Physical Modeling

Other features include one-cable USB DAW integration for MIDI and Audio, powerful effects processing with up to 16 effects at a time, a 16 MIDI/16 Audio track sequencer, 16-part Combinations, a tremendous assortment of real time controllers, KARMA phrase generating technology, vector control and more.

This is Part 1 of our video manual for the Korg Kronos Music Workstation, focusing on basic navigation.

Max Richter – Infra 8

November 12, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Fan video, video description below:

I do NOT own the copyright for the movie and music that I upload and will remove it immediately upon request from copyright holder or band.
Max Richter- Infra (2010)
Tony Richardson – The Loneliness Of The Long Distance Runner (1962)
Buy it now in:
itunes.apple.com/us/album/infra/id545045595
emusic.com/album/-/-/13502258/?fref=150939&a.1=ytid&t.1=r&a.2=pay&t.2=r&ytid=Cm9070mG2P4&pay=1
amazon.com/The-Loneliness-Long-Distance-Runner/dp/B000JYW5E6

Using Raspberry Pi GPIO in SunVox

November 12, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Demonstration of the new SunVox module – GPIO. With this module you can send or receive the signals to/from GPIO pins of the Raspberry Pi.
SunVox v1.8 BETA2: http://www.warmplace.ru/forum/viewtop…

Check it out the new FL Studio 12 BETA | Getting Started

November 12, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Get it here – http://support.image-line.com/redirec…
Read about FL Studio 12 here – http://www.image-line.com/flstudio/fl…

FL Studio 12 totally reworks the user interface and adds exciting new features you have been asking for.

If you already own FL Studio the good news is you will get free access to the FL Studio 12 Beta and to FL Studio 12 release. So buy FL Studio now, and be the first in line to work with the FL Studio 12 Beta.

New in FL Studio 12 (beta)

  • Fully reworked scalable interface – Any screen size or resolution you use, FL Studio will always fit.
  • Multi-touch – Multi-touch capability extends to the Mixer.
  • Browser – New category tabs and the ability to delete content on right-click.
  • Channel Menu – The Channel Options Menu have moved from the Toolbar Menus to the Channel rack.
  • Channel settings – Have been integrated into the Plugin Wrapper (no more Channel settings pop-up).
  • Pattern Menu – The Pattern Menu has moved from the Channel rack to the Toolbar Menu and Pattern Selector.
  • Piano roll – Piano roll Auto-zoom can now be deselected from Settings > General > Auto zoom in piano roll.
  • Playlist – Multiple drag and drop for audio files onto Playlist (from a Windows file browser).
  • Stepsequencer – Step sequences are now interchangeable with Piano rolls.
  • VST Plugins – VST plugin installation & discovery improved and simplified.
  • Fruity Formula Controller – Updated, new UI.
  • Fruity Envelope Controller – Updated, 8 Articulators, Mod X/Y env, Smart Knobs, New UI.
  • Fruity Keyboard Controller – Attack smoothing, new UI.

FL Studio is available for purchase starting at $99 USD. New Image-Line customers can get 10% discount on their first order. The beta is now available to download for registered Image-Line forum users (registration is free).

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