MeeBlip creators James Grahame and Peter Kirn have introduced the MeeBlip Micro Black – a new DIY version of their open-hardware synthesizer.
Here’s what’s new in the MeeBlip Micro Black: Continue reading
Wham Bam Thank You NAMM – an after hours event at the 2010 NAMM Show – will be held Friday, January 15th from 8pm-4am.
The event will feature performances by:
A music technology discussion and panel will also be held from 8pm-10pm, with Peter Kirn of Create Digital Music.
More details here.
AnalogSuicide’s Tara Busch has started a new project, Free MP3 Monday, to highlight great indie electronic music. Here’s what she’s got in mind:
Use the wonderful audio file sharing network, Soundcloud.com to send me your MP3s. The Soundcloud.com Dropbox is on the top left of Analogsuicide. Click there, follow the instructions for uploading your file.
I will post my pick of the URLs on Twitter and Analogsuicide.com for people to listen to & scoop up as they please. Note: the more drenched in bleeping, blipping, screeching, trippy, synth – drenched loveliness, the better!
Gordon Salisbury looks on as Richard Devine feeds muscle inputs into his modular rack at Mind Meld.
Mind Meld was a gathering of musicians, visualists, technologists and artists held at the studio of artist Duncan Laurie in Jamestown, Rhode Island.