Here’s a look and listen at a one-of-a-kind synth. The ANS is a Soviet behemoth instrument from the 1930′s and sounds wonderfully spookadelic!
Someone once said that listening to an album release from the Pleasure Boat Records label is like listening to a fat sack of earworms. This I can verify. I have yet to hear a track from PBR that wasn’t deserving of attention. Much of it is electronic instrumentals and freely downloadable too! No excuses – go git yourself some pleasure.
This is an ‘off topic’ post as far as electronic music goes but is a song that’s too beautifully written and played to be ignored. Music at it’s finest.
Hold tight for some NAMM headline posts coming soon . . .
First up is an interesting article about the occurrence of midi jitter in some host DAWs. There have been times in my experience when I suspected something of this sort in the past. After recording a satisfactory midi performance sometimes the playback would seem ‘looser’ than what was played. I’d have to ask myself “I’m not a pro drummer, but I’m not THAT bad am I?!?!?”
This definitely warrants a refamiliarizing with all of the behind the scenes preference settings.
This ain’t your daddy’s breakdancing!
Definitely worth watching to the end!
Give Euler’s Disk (pronounced like “Oiler’s Disk”) a spin and observe the hypnotic display of light and continually changing sound. The movement seems to go forever. Available from Educational Innovations, Inc. at www.teachersource.com
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This guy seems to know a thing or two about midi bass guitar! : )