About AI is talked a lot these days. They take on everything: online banking, logistics, hard physical work to creative jobs like writing and making art. Why not music, then? Well it was just a question of time. Check out … Continue reading
did you save your mix tapes from the 80s? I am sure I have or another still creeping somewhere in some boxes… Why, because Elbow, the “portable cassette player for the XXI century” (in development) is here to fresh up … Continue reading
All you 80s retro, nostalgics out there, check out this fantastic Apple promo video for the Macintosh’s MIDI feat. Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, Laurie Anderson. The Open Door: Macintosh, Midi, and Music (1988) Apple promo video for the Macintosh’s midi capabilities featuring … Continue reading
The Dato DUO is designed to have fun making music, together! While one player plays a melody on the sequencer side, the other creates its sound and adds percussion on the synthesizer side. By carefully controlling the possible parameters, we … Continue reading
This is a video from 6 years ago about a simple machine making music. Yes its a Cine 4D project yet a good one and the beats & vibes are also not to be underestimated.
“Andante” is a music project by Tangible Media Group (MIT Media Lab from Massachusetts) where animated light characters “walk” over the piano keys making sound. The group tried to explain how music is deeply rooted within us and every sound … Continue reading
“From The Prodigy to Drum & Bass, it’s all come from British hip hop: Massive Attack, Tricky, Soul II Soul – it all came from people who were into hip hop” – Nick “The Head” Hallam of The Stereo MCs” … Continue reading
yes, that’s it: Lego created robot covers Little talks’ – “Of monsters and men” and here the original:
Do you know Chrome Music Lab by Google? Here you can experiment and learn how the music works. This collaboration between the musicians and coders made open source codes free to use, make new and call your own. See what’s already … Continue reading
“See what you hear”: Elaine Chew talks about her visualization software MUSART. Read more on her researches on her blog, HERE .
Graham Dunning, as he says about himself: an artist, musician and tutor, made a simple machine out of turntable, extending it with different objects and tools playing manipulated vinyl records – a apparatus playing techno in an anlog way. … Continue reading
This amazing, futuristic, experimental, digital music instrument is called AlphaSphere. It has 48 elastic pads responding to touch, velocity and pressure. check the official page HERE! and see it in action in the videos here: