EMS Synthi fans may want to check out the new EMS Synthi forum.
Last week, I asked for Synthtopia readers to send in some tracks to share, via the SoundCloud Drop Box in the right sidebar of the site. We’ve had a ton of cool submissions that we’ve featured previously: Music from Synthtopia readers More music from Synthtopia readers Free music from Synthtopia readers And the tracks keep… Read More Even More Music From Synthtopia Readers
Jochem Paap, aka Speedy J, wants to make an album that represents not just him, but the global techno community. He’s using SoundCloud to create a new global techno project, and he wants you to contribute. He’s ask you to sen him a cool loop, sample, bassline, sound effect to him via his SoundCloud dropbox.… Read More Take Part In A Global Electronic Music Collaboration
A couple of days ago, I mentioned that I’m checking out SoundCloud – a new music sharing site specifically for musicians. It’s a site that lets you upload your tracks and then share them via websites, blogs, email, Digg, Twitter, MySpace and Facebook. I wanted to learn a bit more about how it works and… Read More Music From Synthtopia Readers
Music sharing startup SoundCloud has added the a new feature that lets you “tweet” the tracks that you share. When you tweet them, your tracks are posted straight to Twitter, a microblogging site. Tracks are tweeted from the share-box above each track: Click here to see how it looks on Twitter.
Bojam is a new site – not officially released yet – that tries to bring the open-source approach to music: Bojam is an online music collaboration service connecting musicians to mix, record, and collaborate to produce original or popular music. Mass collaboration has been utilized in text (Wikipedia) and software (Firefox). Bojam does so with… Read More New Site Bojam Like Wikipedia For Music
Karma-Lab has updated its site, and added the Karma-Lab Wiki, which aims to build a library of useful “how to” information for working with the various keyboards, music workstations and software incorporating KARMA technology. It features articles covering all aspects of the products that incorporate KARMA (such as Korg Keyboards like the M3, OASYS, Karma… Read More Karma-Lab Updates Site, Adds Karma-Lab Wiki
Remember the Beavis Board DIY effect pedal kit? The OpenStomp Coyote-1 is a similarly open-ended effects processor, except that it’s for digital effects. Coyote-1 is an open source audio effects processor, built for guitar players. But there’s no law that says guitar players get to have all the fun! With the Coyote-1, users can develop… Read More OpenStomp Coyote-1 Is An Open Source Effects Processor