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Royalty Free Music: How to Make a Custom Song With Sample Packs

Royalty-free music is incredibly valuable because of the way today’s internet works. You can’t post anything with music on websites like YouTube or Facebook if you don’t have the right to actually use the music. In response to this, a cottage industry of royalty-free stock music catalogs has cropped up online. But there’s a major … Continue reading Royalty Free Music: How to Make a Custom Song With Sample Packs

TikTok And Kids, Mic Custom Shop, Gibson Sells Stanton, And Mixer/Producer David Cole On My Latest Podcast

My guest on the podcast this week is David Cole, who started his career as a staff engineer at the famous Capitol Studios in Hollywood, learned the lost art of vinyl disk mastering there, and worked his way up to staff producer at Capitol and MCA Records before going freelance. David’s had a lot of great studio experiences … Continue reading TikTok And Kids, Mic Custom Shop, Gibson Sells Stanton, And Mixer/Producer David Cole On My Latest Podcast

There’s a new home for custom visuals and graphics FX – and $99 deal on VDMX for VJs

Find generators and FX for VJing, Motion, Final Cut Pro X, and more – or make your own, in GPU-accelerated ISF format. And need a VJ tool? VDMX is on sale for $99. That’s the news from our friends at Vidvox, makers of VDMX, and developers of the open GLSL format for generators and effects. … Continue reading There’s a new home for custom visuals and graphics FX – and $99 deal on VDMX for VJs

In Russia, vintage MeeBlips have custom clones, thanks to open source hardware

The original version of our MeeBlip synth project has found a quirky new iteration in St. Petersburg – and it’s making some terrific grooves. Let’s start with this fantastic, primal alien-discotheque vibe of MeeBlip Quartet, featuring three MeeBlips SE and one MeeBlip triode (“Rare Russian Edition”), via two splitter boxes. Perfect for setting the mood … Continue reading In Russia, vintage MeeBlips have custom clones, thanks to open source hardware

Building A Custom MIDI Controller Using Arduino

TheMIDInator is a MIDI controller based on an Arduino MEGA 2560. It uses a few potentiometers, rotary encoders, a joystick, switches and a keypad as inputs and sends MIDI commands via serial USB interface to the computer.… Read More Building A Custom MIDI Controller Using Arduino

Phonocut lets you cut your own custom vinyl records

In three steps, Phonocut could let you cut your own record within 30 minutes; place the vinyl blank on the platter, connect the music input of your choice and press the start button. The machine will be the first consumer device capable of creating custom records immediately, in your home with quite a modest price … Continue reading Phonocut lets you cut your own custom vinyl records

Here’s how the Sensel Morph’s custom touch control works

The Sensel Morph’s specialized touch control lets you apply both multi-touch position and force (how hard you press). Some new and recent videos make it clear how to customize that for your different tools. The Morph isn’t alone in the force + multi-touch position game. The growth of MPE (MIDI Polyphonic Expression) depends on multiple … Continue reading Here’s how the Sensel Morph’s custom touch control works