• Demonstrating the VMeter controller

    The VMeter is not exactly the latest news, but I haven’t found a lot of demonstration videos that don’t feature multiple VMeters. Additionally, finding a proper review of it proved impossible, so I decided to write one of my own and make a demo video....
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  • Pic of the week: Anon Day

    Anon Day killin’ it at the Renegade Lights record release event last December in San Francisco. A bit of an old photo, but worth looking at again. Gear includes: Roland SH-101, DSI Tempest, DSI MoPho and NI Maschine. Photo courtesy of: SpaceCat Photography
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  • Portable 9 Box Method – Social instrument that goes anywhere

    The 9 Box Method is a portable social instrument and performance method created by Boulder, Colo. based controllerist Mark Mosher. It’s based around Ableton Live and the Percussa AudioCubes, and it’s intended purposes include social musical jams, music education and music therapy. As an interesting twist,...
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    • Bandesnaci

    • 18 February, 2012 in Events

    2012 Guthman Musical Instrument Competition brings innovation

    Now in its fourth year, the Margaret Guthman Musical Instrument Competition has featured some incredibly original and innovative musical instrument designs. Hosted by The Georgia Tech School of Music and the Georgia Tech Center for Music Technology, the competition awarded this year’s winners a total of $10,000 in cash...
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