Popular Posts On Synthtopia From 1st December – 7th December

We’ve been posting a lot lately – here’s a quick digest of the top posts from the last week, in case you missed them:
  • Monome Controlling Ableton Live With SevenUp
    Posted on Thursday, December 4th, 2008 in Music Videos – Comments: (7)
    This video, from makingthenoise, shows off some of the new features of the latest version of SevenUp.
  • NSFW: The Disturbing Video Mashup Of The Week
    Posted on Monday, December 1st, 2008 in Music Videos – Comments: (6)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qe2nUPdjSA0
    Give this thing 30 second before you make a decision – then let me know what you think is more disturbing: the original, or Lil Jon’s “contribution”.
  • Ooooh! Whoooa! Agggghhhh!
    Posted on Monday, December 1st, 2008 in Music Videos – Comments: (6)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=odHVlDgUotA
    Back to work after a long weekend?Start your week off on the right foot with a dose of R.O. Manse’s I have a Synthesizer.
  • How To Make A Daft Punk Helmet
    Posted on Wednesday, December 3rd, 2008 in Music Videos – Comments: (6)
    Casey Pugh put together this time-lapse movie of the creation of a very cool Daft Punk helmet, which has been called “the single best Halloween costume ever”:
    “It’s a 16×5 LED matrix installed inside a cheap motorcycle helmet I found on Amazon,” explains Pugh. “I used the Arduino to program all the animations.
  • Korg’s New Synth: The MicroKorg XL
    Posted on Wednesday, December 3rd, 2008 in Keyboard Synthesizers – Comments: (6)
    Korg has officially announced a new addition to the microKorg family – the microKORG XL.
    The original microKorg was a big hit for Korg, because it’s cheap, it sounds pretty good, it looks cool, it’s easy to use and it’s got a funky vocoder. Now an advanced microKorg is available that’s not just an updated microKorg, but a more powerful synth in the tradition of the microKorg.
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