To bear a Ring of Power is to be alone. Wait, scratch that, that’s Lord of the Rings . See the original post: Tech for Guitarists: What’s New, What’s Changing in Digital Guitar Tools [NAMM Report]
The record lives. Drip.fm co-founders Sam and Miguel merge subscription ease and affordability with high-quality downloads you keep, and even closer connections to artists and labels. View original post here: Saving Downloads, Fans? Sam Valenti IV Talks Ghostly’s Drip.FM As Label Roster Grows
“Blah, blah, I use Acme MusicStation Pro because it sounds completely dope – I love that compressor.” Okay. Before we begin, you’re not alone. Yes, a lot of artist profile endorsements, even some well-meaning ones, can wind up being rather useless Read more: Get Inside the Musical Brain of Machinedrum [Free Ableton Downloads, Listening]
Photos courtesy the artist. View original post here: In Percussive Harmonies, A Record of a Year of Travel – Literally, on a Record
Touring as Haale in 2009, The Mast’s vocalist Haale Gafori. Photo ( CC-BY-SA ) Sean Richardson . See the rest here: The Mast’s UpUpUp, with Stunning Music Video and New EP, a Must-Hear Track
The singer/producer in the UK in 2010. Photo ( CC-BY-ND ) blikeng – Magnus Aske Blikeng Read more here: Tracks of the Moment: Matthew Dear “Her Fantasy,” “Crimewaves” Demand Your Attention
Tenori-On and iPad apps, hardware designs and visual creations: set against the beautifully-generative mind of Japanese/New York artist Yayoi Kusama, the flurries of dots and circles and patterns in musical interfaces take on a richer meaning. This video, from a workshop hosted at the Tate Modern alongside an exhibition of Kusama’s work, needs little introduction. ...
We welcome new CDM contributor Matt Earp (Kid Kameleon) with a look back at tracks of 2011 you can queue up now, in 2012. Photo ( CC-BY-SA ) – and shot at – The Global Lives Project . Make a New Year’s Resolution you can keep: listen to great music every day. Excerpt from: The ...
You can complain about music events and festivals as they are, dream about what you’d imagine an event could be – or you can go and make it happen. And since the latter category fits friends-of-the-site Chris Gilroy and Lara Grant, it’s well worth an endorsement for this weekend’s In/Out Festival . (For their part, ...
The Pocket Piano remains one of my favorite boutique creations – a devilishly simple, irresistibly fun musical instrument. And now, in addition to other subtle tweaks it has received, it gets MIDI – see video above See the article here: Now with MIDI: Critter + Guitari Pocket Piano