Synthesist Robert Rich is featured on the latest episode of the Art + Music + Technology podcast.
Rich has been releasing electronic music for over thirty years, with an extensive discography of over thirty solo albums and collaborations.
“I interviewed Robert Rich,” notes host Darwin Grosse, “and we ended up wheeling into some pretty cool areas – especially in regards to how he approaches music creation, and how he works in instrumental music without getting bogged down in undesirable labeling.” Continue reading →
IK Multimedia introduced iRig Mic, a condenser hand-held microphone designed for iOS devices and VocaLive, a vocal effects app, at the 2011 NAMM Show.
C.J. Pierce of Drowning Pool and IK Multimedia’s Starr Ackerman show you what you can do with IK’s 2 new releases iRig and VocaLive and then proceed to simulate a bad drug tip with VocaLive’s voice effects.
VocaLive will have a suite of 5 dedicated real-time vocal effects (pitch correction, choir harmonizer, voice doubler, vocal morpher and de-esser) plus 7 effects tailored to vocal processing (reverb, EQ, compressor, delay, envelope filter, chorus, phazer) that can be combined on a 3-processor vocal rig chain.
Free Music Friday: The Psytrance Top 10 Podcast is a weekly podcast featuring podcaster Grover Reed III’s favorite psytrance tracks:
The purpose of me doing this podcast is to share my love of psytrance with everyone. I live in the Bronx, NY. From the first psytrance album I heard was “Converting Vegetarians” by Infected Mushroom and I was instantly hooked. I started researching different artist and the rest is history.
I am open to new artist. That’s what this podcast is essentially about. Having a gateway to give and receive past and present psytrance tunes. I also listen to trance, progressive trance, and uplifting trance. My favorite artist are Judge Jules, Andy Blueman, and GMS.
You can preview the Pystrance Top 10 Podcast below. Details at podomatic.
Free Music Friday: This just came in via our new Submit A Story page: The Ember Music Podcast is the first in a series of regular podcasts that will highlight the ambient and electronic musicians of the Ember Music label.
In the first episode, embedded above, learn more about the background and creative processes of Savaran, MobiusB, Kurt Lorenz and Slaphappy Mortician and hear a track by each.