One of my ABSOLUTELY favorite dj’s at the moment is DJ Chuckie – Mr Dirty Dutch music. He started off as a hip hop dj which you can hear in his sets as he’s slamming songs together, doing live blends/mashups, and sample drops showing his versatility. He’s playing the main stage at Ultra this year ...
NFOP SESSIONS #13: Phantom – Albuquerque from Tonje Thilesen on Vimeo . Far from being an icy presence in front of an unmoving operator, the laptop has quietly become second nature The rest is here: Singing Serenades with Laptops: Intimate Sessions with Solar Year, Phantom [Video]
In-app editing, at last. Without switching to your Mac or PC, you can now edit or create layouts right on Lemur. Images courtesy Liine. View post: Make Controller Layouts Right on an iPad: New Lemur Arrives, LiveControl 2.0 Soon [iOS; Gallery]
It’s a bit ironic, don’t you think? Part of the original appeal of the iPad was focusing on running one app at a time. Original post: iOS Three-way: Yes, With Audiobus, You Can Run Three Music Apps Together on iPad [Video]
Ableton visits the home studio of Berlin-based producer Robert Lippok (Raster Noton, To Rococo Rot). The rest is here: Hands-on Live 9, with Robert Lippok: Producer Talks Process in Videos
Carrying her musical life on her back – in more ways than one. Zoe Keating, by Nadya Lev for Coilhouse Follow this link: Zoe Keating, Cellist Who Undressed Her Musical Finances, Talks Music Making, Distribution [Interview]
Chroma and Gris-Gris are a beautiful pairing, a performance-savvy sequencer and a “monster” monosynth. If the release of the OSC implementation we dreamed of in Reaktor wasn’t enough to make you dust off NI’s modular flagship, this will surely do the trick. Originally posted here: Chroma + Gris-Gris: Sequence Live with Anything, Then Let the ...
Imagine an architectural music in which the surfaces, materials, and forms of a space speak directly. Read the original: Music and Architecture: Corpus Sets Spaces into Resonance, in an Eerie Hum
Elektron’s upcoming analog sequencer/synth is also an effects unit, and it was born to do the kind of rhythmic hands-on music manipulation you see here. In the latest video from Elektron superfan and hardware-loving musician MrDataline, we get to see the combination of Elektron’s classic Machinedrum with the just-about-to-be-released Analog Four Link: Video: Machinedrum Meets ...
Look closer, as that’s not a Moog – it’s a clever, two-Elektron rig. Love that retro-styled case. Go here to see the original: Out-There Electrified Jazz, Trumpet + Electronics, Meets North Carolina and the Moog Factory