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A look at the music of Breath of the Wild and how it breaks convention from "traditional" Zelda music, highlighting the creative use of non-looped music. ...
Electronic musician Aphex Twin has released a line of merchandise that references his music videos, including a series of teddy bears with menacing human faces and an anti-pollution mask. Read more
Music hardware maker Alesis has announced a new multi-tool for solo beatmakers, producers and kit-packing drummers. As well as performing electronic percussion duties, the Strike MultiPad can sample, edit and loop sounds and be used as an audio interface... Continue Reading Percussion pad becomes music multitasker with cooked-in sampler and looper Category: Music Tags: Digita
Wandersong's Greg Lobanov digs into the game's intriguing color wheel of song,, why he crafted an aesthetic around a 'rainbow of sound', and how he designed puzzles solvable by singing. ...
on display for the first time in the US in upcoming new york exhibition 'evolution', yang zhang's work offers a glimpse into china's underground scene from the past two decades. The post yang zhang captures china’s underground music scene in films and photographs appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
In this 2010 interview, Red Dead Redemption's composers Bill Elm and Woody Jackson discuss developing the Western game's sound, comparing the experience to working on film score. ...
one of the most colorful contributions to avant garde tudela this year is 'parallel minds', a sprawling mural by artist kenor. The post an elementary school façade in spain becomes a radical representation of electronic music appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
located outside the mitchell reading room in sydney’s CBD, the installation features a curving black timber frame clad in matt anodized aluminum shingles.  The post 80Hz pavilion in sydney by thomas wing-evans turns paintings into music appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Not so long ago, making music magic would likely involve taking weeks or months out and bedding down in a dedicated recording studio until everyone in the band was happy with the result. Now, a quiet room in a house can serve a similar purpose thanks to music production software running on a laptop and hardware interfaces for instruments, MIDI gear and microphones. Pipes from the Synesthes
When we first caught up with BandLab – a cloud-based music creation and collaboration platform – the project was in its infancy. A lot has happened since early 2013, so a catchup is long overdue... Continue Reading BandLab makes music production free and easy Category: Music Tags: Apps Cloud Computing Digital music Education Online is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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