Daily Archives: September 29, 2010

THE SUPERPOWERS – “32 BIT” [VIDEO]

Afro-beat / Trance / Reggaeton

Internationally recognized afrobeat group THE SUPERPOWERS have been hailed by critics as a “poly-rhythmic juggernaut.”

Originally formed as the Boston Afrobeat Society, having won the 2007 Phoenix Best Music Poll and 2006 Boston Music Award for Best World Music Act, this 21st-Century Dance Band represents the finest of the “Afrobeat Revival.” They have played packed houses throughout the Eastern U.S. and shared the stage with internationally renowned artists including Sierra Leone’s Refugee All-Stars, John Browns Body, Aphrodesia, and NOMO.

THE SUPERPOWERS have been unemployed since July 2009……

I highly recommend going to their myspace to listen to their recorded music. They’re awesome..

http://www.myspace.com/thesuperpowers#ixzz10yYt0aBK

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The Bridge – New Ableton & Serato tool for DJs – [VIDEO]

This software is awesome! This could be incredibly useful for dj/producers. It’s definitely worth looking into if you’re either.

The Bridge

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4 Track Mag – Great Mics For Recording Vocals Under $300

4 Track Mag has put together a small list of mics that can get you started with recording vocals. These are some really great microphones for the money. I have a blue myself, and they’re awesome!

Shure SM27

Hands down this is just a great mic to own. It sounds awesome on whispery, intimate vocal lines as well as other instruments. Pick one up for recording vocals and you’ll find yourself micing guitar and drums with it as well.

Blue Bluebird Large Diaphragm Cardioid Condenser

This is truly a great mic and it’s a steal for the price. It’s actually shocking that a microphone of this quality can be purchased for under $300. The Bluebird is built with a Class-A discrete amplifier circuit and the clarity can be heard in recordings. If you’re looking for a mic that will add a bit of character without sacrificing clarity to your vocal recordings, this is it.

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