Music Tech in Review - Episode 1 - Podcast Chat

cdm on November 21, 2010 16:28

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    A review of recent music technology news and trends - first experiment in what we hope will be a regular series, so be gentle, but give us feedback.

    Oliver Chesler, Wire to the Ear
    http://wiretotheear.com

    Peter Kirn, Create Digital Music
    http://createdigitalmusic.com

    "Music Tech in Review - Episode 1 - Podcast Chat" by cdm is licensed under a Creative Commons License

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    22 timed comments and 6 regular comments

    • 2sky
      2sky on July 18, 2011 12:37

      Just listened. Sounds good. Want more.

    • Moix
      Moix at 2.32 on March 19, 2011 01:01

      in 2011 you have to do it with video!

    • Ben Fawkes
    • raytrace
      raytrace at 17.51 on November 28, 2010 01:52

      @ishcabittle: Ill give it another go - Ill ping the 254 router address - yeh if i got 1ms Id be proper happy too

    • ishcabittle
      ishcabittle at 21.20 on November 27, 2010 17:17

      I just want the clock on the pad to sync with my looper

    • ishcabittle
      ishcabittle at 17.51 on November 27, 2010 17:12

      @raytrace: are you pinging your router or a WAN address? WIFI should be plenty fast. Anything less than a milisecond I know I can't detect.

    • Kropband
      Kropband on November 23, 2010 21:00

      Really cool stuff guys, this should be a weekly thing, talk to some gear companies about ads and you're on a roll ;)

    • cdm
      cdm on November 22, 2010 17:20

      @rumpelfilter: We'll cover all kinds of things, but just as clarification ... the MeeBlip was in development prior to the Shruthi-1, and was not inspired by the Shruthi. The original project that inspired both was the AVRSynth, though the MeeBlip has evolved quite a lot from that. I said neither first nor only, but what is unique about the MeeBlip is that it's open source hardware; Shruthi-1 is not. That's really the new idea, in that there haven't been digital synths set up for hacking in that way, at least not cheap and open ones.

    • David Wager
      David Wager on November 22, 2010 15:06

      Here's hopeing for more of the same. Been on the prowel for this kind of podcast for ages and have only found stuff that is too arty or too techy and not verry practical!! I totally dig the fact that you can follow the content while doing other stuff, I have a two year old child and great podcasts like this are a godsend. Would have been good to hear what the MeeBlip sounds like on the show, but I suppose that their are plenty of examples on the web.... keep up the good work chaps.

    • raytrace
      raytrace at 56.13 on November 22, 2010 14:00

      @thingstocome: nps man - it was good fun to listen to

    • thingstocome
      thingstocome at 56.13 on November 22, 2010 11:35

      @raytrace: Thanks as always for taking part!

    • thingstocome
    • thingstocome
      thingstocome at 42.49 on November 22, 2010 11:35

      @tekkaz: Thanks for listening. Yes we need little demo clips of audio of what we are talking about for sure!

    • Alex
      Alex at 26.55 on November 22, 2010 11:22

      Enjoying the conversation, glad you started this podcast!

    • Dave Haynes
    • tekkaz
      tekkaz at 42.49 on November 22, 2010 08:26

      @tekkaz: *potcasts *PODCASTS lol lookin forward to hearin the next one :)

    • tekkaz
      tekkaz at 42.49 on November 22, 2010 08:23

      @tekkaz: this podcats business is cool - strangely enough being into music i like to listen to stuff! so this is good :) maybe a few quick audio demos of what ya are talking about - but no long musical interludes i think..

    • tekkaz
      tekkaz at 42.49 on November 22, 2010 08:21

      meblip sounds cool - didnt realise it was so cheap... i'm gettin the urge to buy somethin with knobs that actually makes NOISE... not another midi controller..

    • raytrace
      raytrace at 56.13 on November 22, 2010 02:47

      great stuff lads - honestly its the first time I've listened all the way through a podcast :D - I met you at DEAF in 2008 Peter - cool lecture it was (the one with Gavin from FAW)

    • raytrace
      raytrace at 53.04 on November 22, 2010 02:41

      the Ohmforce guy is really nice and friendly too

    • raytrace
      raytrace at 27.49 on November 22, 2010 02:14

      yeh I dont get any lag or stutter with my mouse at all

    • raytrace
      raytrace at 25.10 on November 22, 2010 02:12

      you certainly wont be playing King Of Fighters like that! :p

    • raytrace
      raytrace at 22.57 on November 22, 2010 02:10

      i thought wireless was always bandwidth based not really low ping - so it couldnt get near the low lag/latency of cables

    • raytrace
      raytrace at 19.40 on November 22, 2010 02:06

      yeh I do tend to think of it like a hardware rack on its own or something - and the expectation of Reason's eventual arrival was the main reason (!) i got my iPad -

    • raytrace
      raytrace at 17.51 on November 22, 2010 02:04

      surely MIDI Wi-Fi will be a bit iffy at best - its gotta be fairly laggy ? wireless pings are terrible (well they were last time I checked)

    • raytrace
      raytrace at 14.21 on November 22, 2010 01:59

      vscrolling shmups for example :)

    • symbionproject
      symbionproject at 14.44 on November 22, 2010 00:20

      so Symbion Project has 2 songs in RBN, and my other band Larkspur and Universal Hall Pass also have songs there... all 4 are synth electronic songs! so there's def some great stuff on RBN!

    • papernoise soundworks
      papernoise soundworks on November 21, 2010 18:09

      great podcast! A CDM podcast really was about time! :) And you're right, they have a great advantage, you can listen to them while working or doing other stuff...
      Just one thing I wanted to say: from what you say it seems like the MeeBlip is the first and only synth of its kind, and you failed to mentioned the other great device in this category: the Shruthi-1 (which might even have given you some inspiration for the Meeblip, at least I have it seen featured on CMD some time ago). This doesn't want to be MeeBlip-bashing, all the contrary, I think it's a really interesting device and I am really considering to buy one, but I felt the need to clarify on this, since the Shruthi-1 is also a great device and doesn't get all the attention it deserves.

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