Nice list of apps for music creation on iPad. [browser-shot url=”http://www.theverge.com/2012/7/13/3117498/sonic-mayhem-sascha-dikiciyan-ipad-apps” width=”400″] http://www.theverge.com/2012/7/13/3117498/sonic-mayhem-sascha-dikiciyan-ipad-apps
Helpful EQ Cheat Sheet for Cleaner Mixes
Chek out this handy guide of EQ tips for various frequency ranges. It gives examples of when to boost or duck frequency ranges to create more room in your mixes. EQ tips Cheat Sheet by fredv [snap url=”http://www.cheatography.com/fredv/cheat-sheets/eq-tips/” alt=”EQ tips Cheat Sheet by fred” w=”400″ h=”300″]
Demo video of a Doepfer Dark Energy box
Simple trance with just 1 instrument and drum track. I want one of these! (Thanks, Mike Heymans, for letting us know about this!)
Intro to Renoise
At last nights meetup there was a lot of people using Renoise to produce music and an equal amount of people that had never heard of it or used it. Below is an introduction video to Renoise and you can also click here to see the main overview on the Renoise website. Added bonus: Check… Continue reading Intro to Renoise
New Elektron Analog Four
The new Analog Four from Elektron was a topic of discussion at November’s meeting. Musician DataLine has a couple of videos demonstrating the A4’s abilities, just in time for the December 3rd shipping date. I for one am seriously considering pairing this up with my Dave Smith Tempest.
November 2012 Meeting Slides
The San Francisco Electronic Music Meetup (SF-EMM) – November 2012 from ANI
Renoise and Ableton Live sidechain Tutorial
Here is a simple example of how to do a sidechain in Renoise and then in Ableton Live. There are many ways to implement a sidechain but this is a great easy to follow example of how the technique works.
Echo Nest’s Infinite Gangnam Style
What’s interesting about this isn’t the over-played pop source material. Rather, this is powered by Echo Nest. They have an API that lets you upload and analyze songs. See the demo: http://static.echonest.com/InfiniteGangnamStyle/
Portishead’s “Dummy” played by SFRMA at GMAH, Mon Oct 29
Coming up on Monday October 29 is the San Francisco Roots Music Association (SFMRA) performance of Portishead’s amazing “Dummy” album. They’ll giving the Great American Music Hall (GMAH) a trip-hop bath. Better yet, SF-EMM member Antonio Sage is laying down the bass in the band! Go check it out and get tickets before they sell… Continue reading Portishead’s “Dummy” played by SFRMA at GMAH, Mon Oct 29
Oct 27: See SF-EMM artists at the 2012 CODAME ART+TECH Festival!
Yep! We have a couple of SF-EMM members playing: Extent of the Jam, and ANI. Come on down Saturday October 27. Get tickets + artist info at: http://codame.com!