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Shop N Chop.

Friday, May 29th, 2015

Heres a wicked video made by Point blank music School in London showing how to creatively recycle old records.

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Another whack online music game.

Monday, May 18th, 2015

Takes a while to get this one rocking, have a go yourself.


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Tips on how to sell your music online.

Monday, May 18th, 2015

As Ive mentioned before, this blog is serves a reference point for myself, kind of a music book mark, and this article below is a good point in case.
A helpful article on ProducerSpot that’s worth coming back to time and time again.

Tips About How To Sell Your Work As A Producer

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Tokyo Festival of Modular 2015.

Sunday, May 10th, 2015

International Modular Synthesiser showcase.

TOKYO FESTIVAL of MODULAR 2015 – SuperDeluxe

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The Soul T Nuts show

Sunday, May 10th, 2015

Here it is, a recording of this weeks show.
Hit play for instant streaming.

The Soul T Nuts show recorded live 9 May 2015 by Soul T Nuts on Mixcloud

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Rock your Ableton Push like it was an MPC.

Sunday, May 10th, 2015

One of the most awesome features of the Ableton Push is the ability to sample and slice tunes and assign each sample to a pad on the Push as you would on the famous MPC used to make most Hip Hop tunes.I have built two types of MPC workflows as templates for Ableton with the help of the two tutorials below.

Both videos have slightly different ways of achieving this but both of them are equally awesome.

Bookmark them in your favorites!

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Listen to Wikipedia.

Saturday, May 9th, 2015

“Listen to Wikipedia” is an amazing creation from Hatnote that helps you concentrate on work whilst listening to calming ambient sounds.
Every time an edit is made on Wikipedia an ambient note is played, large sounds for large edits and small sounds for updates etc.
You can also watch in amazement as the edits happen, with animated bubbles popping all over your screen.On average there up to 100 a minute.
Clicking on the bubble will actually take you to the related edit.

Check it out, very cool!

Hatnote Listen to Wikipedia

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