Preview: ReacTable Mobile Arrives for iPad, iPhone, iPod touch

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ReacTable Mobile has arrived for iOS mobile devices – even handhelds – bringing the visual, modular sound-making environment to the masses. Apart from building your own interactive musical table, the only way to get ReacTable’s software previously was to spend some EUR9700 – and get on a waiting list. Now, any Apple mobile device will do the trick

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BPM 2010 – and so it begins…

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Ordinarily, being a man of the people, I’d travel with the great unwashed on the train, but seeing as the difference between oik and posh class was just £30, I decided to make myself feel important and put just a few more quid in Richard Branson’s pocket.

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BPM 2010 – and so it begins…

Professional Audio Manufacturers Alliance Names Board

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The Professional Audio Manufacturers Alliance (PAMA) in Fairfax, Va., has named its Board of Directors.

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EAW Unveils Proprietary Resolution Software for Line Array Systems

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EAW in Whitinsville, Mass., launches Resolution software driven by EAW’s proprietary FChart acoustics modeling software. Resolution offers significant enhancements by using measured 3-D acoustic data to accurately predict performance within a specified venue.

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Autographed St. Blues Guitar Auction to Benefit Alex Chilton’s Family Ends October 3

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Ardent Studios in Memphis, Tenn., is calling on the community and Big Star fans worldwide to support a benefit auction for the family of Big Star founding member Alex Chilton, who died three days before the band’s reunion concert on March 20, 2010. Supporters are now bidding on a one-of-a-kind St. Blues guitar from that night.

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Autographed St. Blues Guitar Auction to Benefit Alex Chilton’s Family Ends October 3

REVIEW: Crane Stand

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Just got time before the BPM weekend techlust extravaganza to squeeze in a review.

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REVIEW: Crane Stand

BPM 2010: Akai MPK mini

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There’s an undeniable logic to mini MIDI controllers. They’re cheap, small and perform a specific function

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Decibel Log 2: Robert Henke, Room40 Label, Flying Lotus and Friends

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The FlyLoTrio After Rocking Decibel – Ronald Bruner Jr., Flying Lotus and Thundercat The patter of rain against the window brings in day two at Decibel.  Early afternoon coffee is the ‘tall’ to order for the conference sessions in Pravda studios.   Robert Henke (Monolake) greets with a smile as he takes the podium for the first lecture “The Age of Abundance.”  It is a rare opportunity inside one of the minds behind Ableton, as he thinks on the future of electronic music eleven years after the founding of the company

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BPM 2010: Numark Mixtrack Pro

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BPM 2010: Numark Mixtrack ProThe digital DJ is pushing the scene towards a highly simplified plug n play situation – turn up at the gig, plug your controller into your laptop and you’re off. Numark’s previous Mixtrack was almost there, but you also needed to source an audio interface (I hate saying sound card) to get any sound out of it. But now Numark have taken Mixtrack to its logical conculsion – wack in an audio interface and call it Mixtrack Pro

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BPM 2010: Numark Mixtrack Pro

BPM 2010: Numark IDJ3

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Numark have been busy early on in the year, spewing forth a serious amount of nextlevelness at Muskimesse. So having shot their digital load all over the scene, it’s time to slow down a little and bring out a couple of useful and cost effective units aimed squarely at cost conscious DJs wishing to toe dip the digital realm

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