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Last week, we asked if the Akai APC40, the new, relatively inexpensive MIDI controller for Ableton Live, was going to make the monome irrelevent. It’s clear that the Akai APC40 is stealing some of the monome’s mojo, because the APC40 is cheap and offers a great array of controls. At $400, the APC40 is cheap… Read More Akai APC40 Hacking Guide
In this video, Chris Randall demos Synthpond on his iPhone driving MKS-80 via OSC/Pd. Using Synthpond as a sequencer to drive other synths makes things a lot more interesting, because of the expanded sound creation options available as soft synths. Here’s Randall’s explanation of his setup: As the title says. Synthpond running on my iPhone… Read More Synthpond On The iPhone Driving MKS-80
The Blackbox Soundmachine is a experimentally Tangible User Interface, which contains 6 light sensors and Daka coded in Max/MSP.
Modd3d testing a MIDI-controlled Gemmy Animated Scary Skull with a keyboard. Imaging a choir of scary skulls controlled by your sequencer! If you want to try this hack you can find a tutorial at www.automat3d.com.
Peter Kirn at the always awesome Create Digital Music reports that a reader has Ableton Live running successfully on Apple TV. Apple TV is a new peripheral that effectively turns your HDTV into a giant iPod, letting you listen to or view iTunes content on your home theater system. Apple TV has also become a… Read More Apple TV Hacked To Run Ableton Live!