Edison phonograph cylinders were the earliest commercial platform for distributing sound recordings, and from about 1896 to 1915, this is what ‘records’ looked like. By the 1910s, though, phonograph cylinders were being sidelined by discs, which were easier to manufacture, ship and store, and had a greater capacity. As a result, it’s nearly impossible to find… Read More Electronic Music On An Edison Phonograph Cylinder
edison – tempest test was uploaded by: edisonsbeats
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Sunday Synth Jam: Edison’s Artemis vs The City. The video captures a live performance – all one shot sounds, no loops, on take live to camera. Edison says “Support DIY folks!”; you can get his new album at KidWithoutRadio.com. Geek view below!
Edison – Performance and Explanation (Ableton + Monome) was uploaded by: eangolden
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Sunday Synth Jams: Edison’s latest jam: all one shot sounds… no loops running…. 64 buttons 64 noises…. shot on 2 HD cameras, 720p, 1 live take….. with audio captured right to camera….. Check out Edison on Myspace.
http://vimeo.com/6673611 This video captures Edison performing live at Love Tech, using: monome lunchbox the lovebox WTPA sampler nintendo ds (running proteinds) via Matthew Davidson
Free Music Friday: It’s Friday and you know what that means – we bust out the cheesy Free Music Friday logo and bring you some cool music that you can download. via IVDT comes Edison’s Not What Ships Are Built For, a full album of catchy glitchy tracks. Edison’s been seen here previously, doing amazing… Read More Free Music Friday: Edison’s Not What Ships Are Built For
2009 NAMM Show Preview: Image Line plans to show its latest products at the upcoming winter NAMM show in Anaheim, California from January 15 to 18, 2009. Here’s the latest from Image Line: FL Studio 8 – In the latest version, FL Studio 8, users have welcomed more than 100 new developments including an improved user… Read More 2009 NAMM Show Preview: Image Line Software
This little snack cake of goodness from Edison may just be the most fun ever coming out of the Monome. “This is the roof of my house,” says Edison, “and just what i always needed……..clones!” Snazzy video work courtesy of Mike Landry. Let me know what you think – is the Monome all that after… Read More Edison’s Blue & Yellow – The Coolest Monome Video Yet?
I’ve been skeptical about the Monome & Tenori-On as musical instruments, since they are basically a collection of on-off switches. This video, though, by Edison, challenges my preconceptions and offers a tempting preview of his upcoming album. Should be very cool! via Matthew Davidson