Archive - July, 2013

Not All Bullies are Loud













When we think of bullying, the aggressive, noisy, overbearing personality comes to mind. While these types certainly make themselves known, (especially during childhood) there is an arguably more dangerous bully that appears in adult situations: the soft-spoken one. Continue Reading…

It’s gotta be bad (or it ain’t gonna be good)










(With apologies to Duke Ellington!)

In recent years, I’ve seen  lots videos of performers triggering clips, sounds and phrases while tempo-locked to a groove in a static harmony; while the result sounds OK, it’s the lack of possibility for it to fail that makes me dubious.

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A Revolutionary Concept











Introducing the hardware-sofware human interface you’ve been waiting for. Here are some of the main features:

  • Allows control over pitch, harmony, tone, dynamics, and rhythm, all in real time!
  • Locks to any tempo, and follows complex harmonic and metric changes.
  • Enables interactions between musicians, collaborations, and unique live-performance applications.
  • Doesn’t use loops or phrase samples, no built-in obsolescence.
  • Constantly updated with the latest capabilities.
  • Suitable for any style, from classical to the most modern.
  • Developed through an evolutionary process by the finest musical minds.

Best yet,

It’s free.

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