Whilst I probably haven’t given this enough room overall I think that Arduino Day is a good idea and an opportunity to set aside some time for experimentation and tinkering, which is something that I know I could do with more time for.
So next year the date is set for the 28th of March. You can find out more on the Arduino blog.
I haven’t posted about this in a while, so if you’re new to Palm Sounds you might not be aware that I’ve been heavily involved in a project called SoundLab which started back in May this year. The SoundLab project is all about making music, and when you visit the site it’ll become clear why I’m involved.
Our project site has been up and running for some time now and I’d love you to go take a look if you can. There’s a lot of good content already, including stuff about the team talking about what the project means to them, and the results from our workshops.
If there’s anything about the project that you want to follow up on with me, you can use the form on the SoundLab site, or contact me in the normal way.
“Music: Red Sky Lullaby. 3D Fractals adapted from Fata Morgana video created by Don Whitaker (Used under Creative Commons 3.0 License)”
In case you missed this the next Music Tech Pitch which will be on the 11th of December. I’m really looking forward to it, and I know that there will be some great start ups pitching.
Tickets and full details are all available here. And if you’re interested in pitching the details are there as well.
“I’ve had a lot of people request videos on Lemur and other control surfaces, but I couldn’t really think of a good way to do that in a video. Until now! I love the free Traxus Controller for Native Instrument Traktor. Here is how I use it to DJ while playing video games!
Grab Traxus Control (free) here: http://traxusinteractive.com/download…
Lemur on the app store: