Daily Archives: August 9, 2010

Another Multi-Touch Dj Interface – this one is fking awesome!

Wow, where do I get one?? I honestly don’t know..but I’ll try to find out.

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Sick Bass Guitar Player – Gustavo Dal Farra

Gustavo Dal Farra

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Free Online Audio Editing/Recording Software – Myna – Amazing Stuff!

This looks like some seriously awesome software. Need more time with it to tell completely, but it shows a lot of promise based on this video.

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Emulator for Traktor Pro running on big multi-touch screen

I would have so much fun with this

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See Sound on a Chladni Plate

saturday come slow – film by adam broomberg and oliver chanarin

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BuildYourGuitar.com – Guitar and Instrument Building Resources

BuildYourGuitar.com

A bunch of awesome resources for the do-it-yourselfer musician.

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Rap around the world – 30 different languages

That’s awesome

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A Street Performer’s Checklist – A guide to street performance the right way

by Heidi Montgomery

Ask any true extreme-sport enthusiast the reason for hurtling headlong down steep, snowclad mountains or clinging to stony precipices, and the response will undoubtedly have something to do with thrill and challenge, glory and achievement. Ask any musician, whether soloist or fourth-chair cellist, what makes him or her walk out on stage time and again and the answer is essentially the same. Whether racing around boulders and trees or through a string of rapid-fire 16th notes, the heart can pound and the adrenaline pump. And both can be addictive.

As addictions go, the lure of performing is no great cause of distress, unless, of course, the addict has insufficient access to concert halls, coffeehouses, or bar gigs. The solution? Hit the pavement! Create your own venue and go where the people are. I’m talking about street performance or, as it is more commonly known, busking.

As well-seasoned a performer as you might be, busking takes a different set of skills and tests a different set of nerves in comparison to stage performance. It is one thing to play a venue where you have been contracted to appear (that alone offers more security and confidence than you may realize). It’s quite another matter finding a spot in the middle of a busy pedestrian thoroughfare where neither shoppers, nor storekeepers, nor police will object to your presence.

The most addicting music creation games ever – Infinite Wheel – Dub/Reggae games

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Music School Advertisement in India

Here is a great advertising idea by The Culcutta School of Music, located in Culcutta, India.

The Calcutta School of Music

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