Yello’s Boris Blank has teamed up with Swedish producer Håkan Lidbo for the new Yellofier app, which can turn any sound into music.
Use preinstalled tracks by music giants like Carl Craig, Trentemøller, Booka Shade, Matt Johnson and many more and take them to where you like or upload and mash your own tracks!
Head over to the App Store and try it out!
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Electro minimalist Carl Craig explores NIs Maschine
Visionary producer Carl Craig talks about how he uses Maschine to create remixes on the fly when performing live. More Maschine: http://www.native-instruments.com/mas…
We caught up with Carl in Amsterdam to talk in depth about his Maschine production techniques. Watch him in action performing his “69” techno classic “My Machines” live with Maschine at the center of his setup.
Learn why the world’s beat elite have made Maschine their tool of choice. http://www.native-instruments.com/mas…
The reasons are clear: Customize the Maschine hardware. Build grooves in record time. Pro time-stretching on board. Color tag all your sounds. Browse and load any Komplete Instrument and Effect directly from the hardware. And to top it all, the renowned Maschine workflow.
In April 2012, the I Dream of Wires team met with legendary Detroit techno producer Carl Craig, to discuss his electronic music influences and production experiences, including his recent interest in eurorack modular synthesis. Craig’s experiments in modular synthesis are best heard on 2010’s “Modular Pursuits” 12-inch, released under his No Boundaries alias. For more info on Carl Craig: carlcraig.net Music, used with permission from Planet E: “Desire” by 69 “Pursuit 1″, “Pursuit 2″, “Pursuit 3″ by No Boundaries.
More info: http://bit.ly/TIfQZj
During Dubspot’s recent trip to Seattle’s Decibel Festival, our video team caught up with Roger Linn, the godfather of the modern drum machine, Carl Craig, one of Detroit’s most talented producers, for a lecture/discussion about the history and evolution of the rhythm machines that have shaped our musical world.
One of the most inspiring elements of Seattle’s annual Decibel Festival is the conversations that transpire between some of the world’s most talented musical thinkers. Decibel acts as a catalyst for these moments, with lectures and demonstrations taking place throughout the festival. We were especially excited to catch a workshop where drum machine creator and pioneer Roger Linn joined Detroit techno innovator Carl Craig for a talk on the evolution of drum machines and the future of electronic rhythm.
In this video, Linn explains that our assumption of drum machines appearing in the early 80s is incorrect, and he takes us on a tour of early electronic rhythm devices such as Leon Thermin’s Rhythmicon (1930), the Chamberlin Rhythmate (1957), Raymond Scott’s Bandito the Bongo Artist (1963), Seeburg’s Select-A-Rhythm (1964), the PAiA Programmable Drum Set (1975) and the CompuRhythm CR-78 (1978). Craig probes with questions regarding interface design for musicians vs. engineers, discusses the development of drum interfaces, and talks about how the Akai MPC changed his production and composition techniques.
This year Moog went to Movement Electronic Music Festival to celebrate Detroit and had the opportunity to speak with 3 Detroit techno innovators. Watch Carl Craig, Mike Huckaby, and Kyle Hall talk about the beginnings of Detroit techno, the influence their beloved city had on the music, and how the Minimoog affected their sonic landscape.
Music courtesy of Mike Huckaby.
Want to use their sound?
These three DJs, plus Juan Atkins, the originator or Techno, lent their talent to Moog to create the Movement pack, free downloadable presets for Animoog.
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KMS 25 – featuring Kevin Saunderson, Derrick May, Juan Atkins & Eddie Fowlkes.
with LIVE performances by Carl Craig presents 69 Live & INNER CITY.
More info: http://www.kevinsaunderson.com/kms-25.html
Another snippet from the soon to be released “I dream of wires” synth documentary:
In April 2012, the I Dream of Wires team stopped by the studio of legendary Detroit techno producer Carl Craig, to discuss his electronic music influences and production experiences, including his recent interest in eurorack modular synthesis. Craig’s experiments in modular synthesis are best heard on 2010’s “Modular Pursuits” 12-inch, released under his No Boundaries alias.
For more info on Carl Craig: carlcraig.net
Music, used with permission from Planet E (planet-e.net):
“Desire” by 69
“Pursuit 1″, “Pursuit 2″, “Pursuit 3″ by No Boundaries.
I DREAM OF WIRES is a forthcoming documentary film about the history and resurgence of modular synthesizers. The film is currently in production. This is the 4th in a series of extended interviews, which will be produced and released in various formats throughout the production, and following the release, of the film.
Yesterday we posted an interview with the UK act Mirrors and they mentioned Carl Craig as a big inspiration to them. So why not add a small interview with the master himself as well
Detroit techno pioneer Carl Craig is interviewed as part of Scion A/V series. Craig talks about his influences and how he got into DJing.