PalmSounds Interview with Jordan Rudess

Jordan was at a Music Hack Space event at ROLI tonight, and I was lucky enough to get a chance to meet him and talk to him about his views on mobile music.

If you don’t know his apps, click below. Hope you enjoy the interview.

The Bleep Drum from Dr Bleep arrives

Arduino based drum machine with adjustable samples and loop sequencing. Available February 8th from bleeplabs.com and Sparkfun.com.
All audio direct from The Bleep Drum. Transdimensional hand modeling provided by the HSS3jb (not hooked up to the Bleep Drum).

Concreted0g: Mixers sold out, but more on the way

Mr Concreted0g is making more of these!

Drum and Bass on iPad with Glitchbreaks, Magellan, DM1 and Cubasis


Drum and Bass on iPad with Glitchbreaks, Magellan, DM1 and Cubasis from ipadmusic on Vimeo.

Nebulophone, Hypernoise 3000 mode

As Rob mentioned the Hypernoise 3000 mode I thought I’d try and find a Nebulophone video with it. This is what I found.

Description:

messing around with my Nebulophone for the first time. Mostly in the Hypernoise 3000 mode.

Raspberry Pi, Arduino & TouchOSC


Video description:

Just a little try. Pure Data runs very well on Raspberry and it’s easy to set it up for OSC and Arduino. My Akai LPD8 works with Raspberry & Pure Data, too. Great for a new MIDI/OSC Controller…
more coming soon, visit http://irieelectronics.de

Setup:

  • Raspberry Pi Model B. (Pure Data & Pduino)
  • Arduino Uno (StandardFirmata)
  • iPad (TouchOSC)

TouchOSC - hexler

bs-16i Derek Buddemeyer

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