Friday, January 29, 2010
Nice tutorial/masterclass on how to program killer 2step drums (it's all about the eighth note swing apparently) over on the BlackdownSoundBoy blog. Featuring tips from productions gurus like El B, Grievous Angel, MJ Cole and Sully this is a WICKED read!
Thursday, January 21, 2010
"When the community came up with the idea of a compilation album to generate charity donations in light of the terrible disaster in Haiti, einpuls started gathering tracks for the album and the monome community answered swiftly with more than 25 tracks being submitted in just a couple of days.
The community teamed up with Summer Rain Recordings (summerrainrecordings.net) to compile the compilation, with the end result being a 27 track album, each track contributed for free. The minimum price for the compilation has been set to $1 with no upper limit. Every penny helps, so please donate what you can." - Press Release
The videos can be played simultaneously -- the soundtracks will work together, and the mix can be adjusted with the individual volume sliders.
Nice little thing. I guess the original idea comes from Terry Rileys In C. (score here). It kind of reminded me of that Windows Sound Recorder video that was floating about a few years ago. Not the same but reminded me of it.
thanks to Keith for sending it to me.
Tuesday, January 12, 2010
How to set up your midi with the ardj system and ableton live, or any other DAW like logic, garageband, etc...
download for free at http://www.lipert.net/ardj Mac only.
Looks pretty straight forward. There a few more demo clips if you look in the related section. Pretty nice demo here. Latency is always going to be somewhat of a problem when using video tracking but with Ableton only triggering on beat it's manageable. It's all free so if you have a Mac, Ableton and a Camcorder your ready to go.
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