0 comments on “Rob Math performs "Mellow Barade" with AmpKit at Musikmesse 2011”

Rob Math performs "Mellow Barade" with AmpKit at Musikmesse 2011

AmpKit+ - Agile Partners
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0 comments on “50% off all Groovemaker apps until April 30th”

50% off all Groovemaker apps until April 30th

Just a reminder in case you didn’t know.

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eyeFi for iOS

Interesting idea for an app. We’ve seen a few apps that take an image and turn it into sounds, but this one looks a little different. Here’s the description:

You’ve heard of visualizers that turn music into screen magic. Now get ready for the other way around.

Eyetunes is a way of hearing your world with your iPhone camera. By ‘feeling’ out the world with the lens, you generate different soundscapes.

This is a revolution in music generation. By choosing what you point at — modern paintings, dancing friends, moving cars, simple sidewalks, swaying trees — you will generate rich combinations and opulent textures of musical sound.

Developed by two neuroscientists, this app is based on sensory substitution technology that was originally developed for blind people to be able to ‘see’ their world by auditory feedback. We decided to develop this technology into a musical entertainment version, allowing the auditory feedback to be more mysterious, melodious, beat-filled and beautiful. With this app, you substitute one sense for another.

Eyetunes features several soundscapes for you to mold with your camera, from hip hop to electronica to rock.

-Hints for use

Walk around and point the camera at various scenes. Shake it around. Point it at yourself in the mirror. See what people in the coffee shop sound like. Listen to what a wagging dog sounds like. Point it at distant traffic. Get all your friends to dance in front of the camera.
There’s no right answer. You generate your music by listening to your vision. 

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0 comments on “Disquiet on starting a netlabel”

Disquiet on starting a netlabel

Thinking of starting your own netlabel? Take a look at this guide from Disquiet.

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4 comments on “Any Dingsaller videos as yet?”

Any Dingsaller videos as yet?

I will stop asking after this one, but has anyone made any as yet?

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0 comments on “Online Music Production group on Linkedin”

Online Music Production group on Linkedin

Just another plug for this linkedin group for online audio production. If you’re interested in online audio collaboration this is worth taking a look into here.

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0 comments on “Video: SoundCloud Founders on Fixing Web’s ‘Broken Things’”

Video: SoundCloud Founders on Fixing Web’s ‘Broken Things’

I do like SoundCloud, and here’s a bit about how they started off thanks to Evolver.fm.

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0 comments on “DMA clarification”

DMA clarification

A bit more information on the DMA device left in the comments of this post.

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0 comments on “In case you were wondering about app manuals”

In case you were wondering about app manuals

Sorry I haven’t got the app manuals stuff sorted out as yet. There’s been a problem with the form which I’m trying to sort out. Once I’ve got it fixed I’ll let you know.

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