Native Instruments reveals some big news for Maschine that’s … well, smaller. A new package has smaller hardware and lower price, with the same full-sized software. And an iOS version lets you use Maschine on iPad or iPhone. Check out www.native-instruments.com for more info!
You might imagine sound in space, or dream up gestures that traverse unexplored sonic territory. But actually building it is another matter. Kinect – following a long line of computer vision applications and spatial sensors – lets movement and gestures produce sound. The challenge of such instruments has long been that learning to play them is tough without tactile feedback. Thereminists learn their instrument through a the extremely-precise sensing of their instrument and sonic feedback.
check out the video , very interesting idea!
PSP is super cool company who produces great plugins and effects, This time they give for free their Pianoverb effect. Be quick this time , because we dont know when they will change their mind.
Download plugin here
The documentary “Dub Echoes” shows how the Jamaican invention called dub ended up influencing much of the music we hear today, from electronic music to hip-hop, transforming the studio in a musical instrument and giving way to all of sonic experiments.
Check out the trailer , ans see if you can find full documentary around the net:
Few facts that you probably didn’t know!:)
Roll Up Your Sleeves is a manifesto for an alternative way of organizing, working and thinking. This youthful, energetic documentary explores the global phenomenon of do-it-yourself culture, why it’s becoming increasingly popular and the problems it has yet to overcome.
At its heart this is a film about life and how a growing number of people are choosing to live it.
Here is full documentary (27 min)
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