Posts Tagged ‘sampling’

Intense Tech con Defense Mech – ¡El LSDj Wave Cruncher de DOTCNT!

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Artículo Original de DEFENSE MECHANISM. Traducción al Español por Pixel Guy.

¡Bienvenidos de vuelta a Intense tech con Defense Mech! En esta lección cubriremos el cómo utilizar el LSDj Wave Cruncher, de DOTCNT, para tomar muestras y generar nuestros propios instrumentos personalizados en el sintetizador del canal Wave, ¡mismos que podremos parchar en nuestras canciones y archivos de guardado de LSDj!

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The Unicorn Princess Royally Reviews ‘workplace ergonomics’ by nmlstyl

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Happy June, folks!

This month on the blog, I display to you all a modest delayed reaction on a spring release that I enjoyed recently. ‘workplace ergonomics’ was released on April 23rd, 2018 by Philly based musician, visual artist, and coder, nmlstyl.  While I was shocked that it hadn’t already been reviewed here, there were absolutely no surprises on my end as to how gorgeous this record turned out to be.

Artwork for ‘workplace ergonomics’, courtesy of Bandcamp.


The Unicorn Princess Royally Reviews ‘I Just Want to Go Home, Why is that so Difficult?’ by Spaceman Fantastiques

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Happy July, everyone!

Social media has its ups and downs and this month’s blog post will focus on one of its positives: this past month has brought to my attention yet another Spaceman Fantastiques release! ‘I Just Want to Go Home, Why is that so Difficult?’ is an exploration of sound and music used to describe the issues of traveling via plane when you just want to be with your family.  Filled with lo-fi grit, sampling, and on location ambience, Spaceman Fantastiques has a knack for creating poignant narrations through music and sound.