November 16, 2009

Talking piano. Whoa

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September 20, 2009

Birds on the Wires on Vimeo (via Vimeo)

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August 21, 2009

Moldover’s new CD is also a theremin-type musical instrument. Another great idea to get people to buy your music.

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June 24, 2009

Soundwalkers

I know, this blog used to be a lot more audio-centric. There just isn’t as much cool sound exploration kind of stuff out there that really grabs me. This, however, brings it all back. It’s 30 minutes, but it’s worth every second.

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June 2, 2009
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Great song, great video

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May 15, 2009

danieldarland:

Quimby The Mouse by Chris Ware, from the This American Life Live! program
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April 16, 2009
You do the math. 
From Kevin Kelly

You do the math. 

From Kevin Kelly

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April 11, 2009
Add lyrics to your iPod
Great freeware app that adds lyrics to your iTunes while iTunes plays, adds lyrics to the metadata for your enjoyment on your iPod. It pulls them LyricWiki.org, which has its limitations, but overall, this is a very useful tool. Download it now before the RIAA lawyers shut it down.
http://www.1thdream.com/en/

Add lyrics to your iPod

Great freeware app that adds lyrics to your iTunes while iTunes plays, adds lyrics to the metadata for your enjoyment on your iPod. It pulls them LyricWiki.org, which has its limitations, but overall, this is a very useful tool. Download it now before the RIAA lawyers shut it down.

http://www.1thdream.com/en/

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March 30, 2009
From the great Merlin Mann who got it from yourmonkeycalled.

From the great Merlin Mann who got it from yourmonkeycalled.

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More Kutiman

Great interview with the aforementioned Kutiman from Sasha-Frere-Jones at the New Yorker¬†revealing that he hadn’t even heard rock or funk until he worked (for a day) at a 7-11 in 2000. I love it.

If there was any doubt about whether the artists should be upset for him sampling there work, I talked to Mighty Lion, the dancehall singer on track #2 (who used to be a recording student of mine back in Miami - back when he was a mere cub) and he said he’s had thousands of views of his raw Youtube clip and his Myspace page. And judging by the comments he’s receiving, he’s getting lots of positive feedback from Kutiman’s fans. (Yeah Andre!)

As of now, the Thru-you page isn’t working, which is a shame because it really is the best way to interface with these songs, mostly because of the interactive credits that dont show up on the Youtube pages (and the awesome deconstructed Youtube interface). I guess he’s too successful for his own good.

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