How To Get Started With Vidibox for your iPad
vidibox is a new and different kind of video remixing app for iPad that lets users create real-time music and video projects from an intuitive drum pad interface.
It gives DJs, VJs, installation artists, digital storytellers, video mashup fans and music lovers the ability to express themselves easily with intuitive, professional quality video and audio mixing.
• Transparent drum pad interface. Slots can contain audio, video or both.
• Easy media import and arranging via drag and drop to slots.
• Audio and video can be imported separately.
• Play up to 16 tracks simultaneously, freestyle or quantized to the BPM.
• An automatic video composition engine displays multiple videos at once.
• Choose from several video composition layouts.
• Audio and video FX bank.
• Trim and organize media with simple, intuitive gestures.
• Hold, trigger or loop media.
• External screen support to display projects with the app hidden.
• Record videos of performances in real time and easily share them.
• Compress vidibox projects and share them on Dropbox.
• Audiobus support.
• MIDI in/out support via CoreMidi.
John ’00’ Fleming sits in for a Computer Music Producer Masterclass session. This entire series discusses the process of remixing Jean Michel Jarre’s famouse “Oxygene” track. Part one, John discusses how he worked with his partner sharing files due to long distance, how he prefers to design his own pad sounds versus flipping through pre-sets and the benefits there-of.
Electronic Beats by Telekom & Volkswagen present the Yellofier Remix Contest 2014.
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The new single by Polly Scattergood, “Subsequently Lost”, has received the remix treatment from Vince Clarke. To be released on March 11th, 2014 the single is taken off Scattergood’s latest album “Arrows” which is out now. Other remixes have been executed by Chad Valley, Can Love Be Synth, LissVik and our buddies from Parralox.
Below you can already listen to the Dan LissVik remix.
2014. Original by Tears for Fears. Remix by Jordan Passmore.
Giorgio Moroder shared this new remix, by JAIA, of the classic theme, The Chase, from his Midnight Express soundtrack
JAIA remix of GIORGIO MORODER’s “The Chase”, from the soundtrack Midnight Express.
Courtesy of : EMI publishing & Giorgio Moroder
Label : Tribal Vision Records
Check out the JAIA Minight remix too http://youtu.be/u0spdSuXyoE
Get it on Beatport http://www.beatport.com/release/the-c…
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Living on the Ceiling is a song by British synthpop band Blancmange. It was released as the band’s 3rd single in 1982, taken from their debut album Happy Families. It became the band’s first (and biggest) UK Top 40 hit, peaking at #7 on the UK Singles Chart and being certified Silver by the BPI for sales in excess of 200,000 copies. The single also reached #5 on the Australian Singles Chart. Blancmange performed the song on Top of the Pops, but for broadcast on the show as well as on BBC radio, the track was edited to replace the lyric “Up the bloody tree” with “Up the cuckoo tree”.
Solarstone has released a new remix based on the End Titles to Blade Runner, details below:
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Drawing from one of Vangelis’ most renowned soundtracks, Solarstone has rebooted the theme from the audio auteur’s hallowed ‘Blade Runner’ soundtrack. He has brought trance purity to the beautifully sinister tones of its title theme. Utilizing it as a last tune of the night ID-weapon for many a month, the track (now christened ‘Love Theme from Blade Runner’) has been given the official seal of approval. The trance master is now set to release his love letter to ‘Blade Runner’.
“The doomy night-black drama of Vangelis’ echoing piano chimes have rarely sounded better” — DJ Mag (Sept 2013)
Losing none of its ominous awe-inspiring atmosfear, through Solarstone’s ‘Love Theme From Blade Runner’ Vangelis’ now exerts a hypnotic thrall over the club floor. Using the classic strains of ‘End Titles’, Richard fires the Original’s balanced nexus of dystopian melancholia and towering elevation through the Pure prism.
Developing a pounding sonic underlay, built from pistoning drums, dramatic orchestral cymbal crashes and undulating bass swells, he sets the stage for its big dramatic soundscapes. Retrofitting Vangelis’ analogue synthesizers & FX with purified trance mechanics and unrelenting tension, he filters its darkly timeless melodic chimes into the mix’s system. Brilliantly drawn out over nine fissionable, charged minutes he points Vangelis’ 30-year-old classic at the very heart of the club floor.