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posted : 2005.Jan.31 @ 1.29pm







posted : 2005.Feb.04 @ 4.30pm
For SLK and all the lovers out there.

>> Beck: Sea Change
( from http://www.beck.com )







posted : 2005.Mar.11 @ 9.12am
>> Concerto for Turntable

A little commercial (Redbull) and not the first
time it's been done (PNYC) but a hopeful sign.







posted : 2005.Mar.15 @ 11.52am







posted : 2005.Apr.29 @ 9.48am
The ultimate guide to understanding, following the musical pathways from one genre to another and including some history but more importantly several samples from each genre. All packaged in this nice flash app. So much fun!

>> Ishkur's Guide to Electronic Music v2







posted : 2005.May.03 @ 10.22am
>> Harmonica Beatboxer

Watch and listen. This is good stuff.







posted : 2005.May.04 @ 9.25pm
:: official multi-thread post ::
>> Bright Eyes







posted : 2005.May.24 @ 6.31pm
Yo yo,
http://www.synthzone.com/
Lots of FREE goodies for producers in the software section.
Cool







posted : 2005.Jun.02 @ 2.09pm







posted : 2005.Jul.25 @ 9.34pm
>> Eerie Sounds of Saturn's Radio Emissions

+ Play sound of Saturn's radio emissions, which have changing frequencies

Saturn is a source of intense radio emissions, which have been monitored by the Cassini spacecraft. The radio waves are closely related to the auroras near the poles of the planet. These auroras are similar to Earth's northern and southern lights. This is an audio file of radio emissions from Saturn.

Time on this recording has been compressed, so that 73 seconds corresponds to 27 minutes. Since the frequencies of these emissions are well above the audio frequency range, we have shifted them downward by a factor of 44.







posted : 2005.Sep.10 @ 2.15am




>> WolframTones : An Experiment in A New Kind of Music

WolframTones works by taking simple programs from Wolfram's computational universe, and using music theory and Mathematica algorithms to render them as music. Each program in effect defines a virtual world, with its own special story--and WolframTones captures it as a musical composition.







posted : 2005.Sep.18 @ 7.50am
>> casperelectronics.com
This is a great circuit bending site with lots of pictures and audio samples.







posted : 2006.Feb.07 @ 8.31pm






    

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