Raw, fierce electric sounds emanate from this more abstract set by Afrorack, aka Brian Bamanya, of Uganda. Now you get a rich video from Berlin’s CTM Festival earlier this year. The post Watch Afrorack play his modular and home-built instruments live appeared first on CDM Create Digital Music.
Beam yourself to Iran and Georgia as curators there assemble engrossing audiovisual art and live music sets from around the world. It’s all presented in virtual form. First – to Tehran. SET SET Festival is a half decade-old platform in the Iranian capital, which has acted as a hub both for the audiovisual and experimental … Continue reading Watch stunning live sets, AV from SET Festival Tehran, In-between Conditions Tbilisi
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Earlier this month, Point Blank was joined by Native Instruments’ tech developer and Warp Records signee, Tim Exile, to explore his new music collaboration app, Endlesss. The Endlesss iOS app puts collaboration at the forefront of creativity allowing you to jam live with others from across the globe using drums, notes and effects. As well as creating … Continue reading Point Blank: Watch Tim Exile Demo his New Music Collaboration App Endlesss
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Musician and community organizer Eden Grey is sharing some of the sounds she’s patching together, and talking about how they’re made. The post Stay home, patch stuff – watch Eden Grey walk through lovely, layered modular sounds appeared first on CDM Create Digital Music.
Electronic music – pandemic or no – can often become a solo endeavor. And people working in different genres get to interact even less frequently. A series out of Hamburg has been delightfully messing up that order. Yes, isolation is a good reminder of what we miss in sharing a space with other people. But … Continue reading A four-way, cross-genre music improv format – watch and hear the results
Although UA’s LUNA has only been out a couple of days, we’ve been working hard to bring you an exclusive first look at it in action.
The joy of synths – as long as you’ve got a box with knobs on it, you’re never alone. We’re always humbled with what you’ve been doing with our synth – and often in compact, low-cost rigs. So, we invited our community of MeeBlippers to share what they’ve been making. And wow, those MeeBlippers are … Continue reading MeeBlip jam festival: watch all the wild and wonderful creations of these synth lovers