Superstar electronic music producer BT & Dr Richard Boulanger, Professor of Electronic Production and Design at Berklee College of Music, have released a new music app, MUSE, which works with the Leap Motion controller & OS X.
The MUSE app gives the user the ability to create ambient electronic music using gestures, captured by the Leap Motion.
Here’s an introduction into MUSE and how it works: Continue reading
This video, via the 2014 NAMM Show, takes a look at iZotope Break Tweaker – BT’s unique drum machine/beat mangler. Continue reading
BT and iZotope have announced BreakTweaker – a new beat mangling app.
Designed by BT (the producer behind Stutter Edit) and developed by iZotope, BreakTweaker is a described as ‘futuristic drum sculpting and beat sequencing machine’.
Here’s the official BreakTweaker intro: Continue reading
BT – Skylarking, from A Song Across Wires
Music video by Christopher Andrew.
This is the official music video for BT’s Our Dark Garden, from his new release, If The Stars are Eternal so are You and I.
Synthesist and composer BT collaborated with time-lapse videographer Randy Halverson to create this gorgeous music video for his new track, 13 Angels On My Broken Windowsill, from his album, If The Stars Are Eternal, So Are You And I.
Izotope has released a free expansion pack for Stutter Edit – their performance-oriented sound mangler, developed in collaboration with BT.
Here’s what they have to say about Stutter Edit Expansion 1:
Expansion 1 breathes fresh life into your Stutter Edit possibilities with 11 new preset banks containing over 250 new gestures. Introducing new preset bank categories like Glitch and Instruments, Expansion 1 comes fully loaded with gestures that can cut up your glitch tracks or re-invent your guitars, vocals, and synths. Expansion 1 also extends existing categories like Time Warp and Space and Delay, adding swirling delays and serrated time-based effects to mangle up your mix or texture your tracks.
More info, demos and the free download for Stutter Edit Expansion 1 are available at the Izotope site.
GearFest ‘ 11, gear retailer Sweetwater’s annual ‘celebration of musicians and the instruments and equipment they use to make music’, kicks off today.
The free event, being held Friday, June 24th from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturday, June 25th from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., at 5501 US Hwy 30 W, Fort Wayne, Indiana, will feature live music, dozens of workshops, manufacturer exhibits, giveaways and more.
If you’re in the region, GearFest 2011 offers a chance to see Alan Parson, BT and reps from 200 gear manufacturers.
Details below and at the Sweetwater site. Continue reading