The name has been controversial among site users for more than a decade, with about two-thirds of the visitors characterizing the name as unacceptable; mildly offensive; or stupid, but harmless.… Read More ‘Muff Wiggler’ Now ‘Mod Wiggler’
Soundation has announced Collab Live, a new online tool for ‘multi-player’ music creation that they describe as “Google Docs, but for music production.”… Read More Soundation Collab Live ‘Like Google Docs For Music Production’
Can Behringer disrupt online music gear marketplaces the way they’ve disrupted music gear manufacturing?… Read More Behringer’s Freemusictribe Site Offers Musicians An Alternative To Craigslist, Facebook Marketplace….And More?
Reverb.com has announced that it is being acquired by Etsy – the online marketplace for handmade and vintage items.… Read More Reverb.com Acquired By Etsy
Yamaha has expanded Soundmondo, its social sound-sharing website for synthesists, to support the Montage Music Synthesizer.… Read More Yamaha Montage Synthesizer Gets Social Sound-Sharing
Developer Mikkel Gravgaard has introduced a free browser-based settings editor for the Behringer Model D analog synthesizer. … Read More Free Behringer Model D Settings Editor
Sormena is a new website that offers music production training videos and articles.… Read More New Website, Sormena, Offers Music Production Training
Propellerhead today introduced Allihoopa – a new social network for music sharing for users of their software. “Today a majority of young people see a future where everything is done on mobile devices,” says Propellerhead CEO Ernst Nathorst-Böös. “In that world, Allihoopa will be the world’s musical hub.”
Breadandbuttersounds has announced a free web-based Roland Boutique JX-03 patch editor. The company previously created editors for the Roland JU-06 and Roland JP-08.
2016 NAMM Show: At the NAMM Show, Yamaha announced some updates to Soundmondo, its social media site for synth patch sharing. Soundmondo lets you connect your synth to the Internet, via Web MIDI, for patch sharing and more. Yamaha’s Nate Tschetter gave us an update on Soundmondo: