Psychotic Hawaiian Lap Steel Jam

YouTuber Institute of Sound severely sprained his shoulder, which may go part of the way towards explaining this massive What The Fuck of a video. Here in the States, for those lucky few with health insurance, the doctors will lavish you with opioids for even minor injuries. Seriously, my husband got a Vicodin prescription for hemorrhoids. For people unfamiliar with opioids; they cause severe constipation and are the last thing you'd want to take with hemorrhoids. After watching this I'm sure you'll agree that Insititute of Sound is equally overmedicated.

Heroin and other related drugs have had a major part to play in the ever changing musical landscape over the last 50 years.
Witness now the next evolution of music: Hawaiian-tuned Lap Steel Guitars through iRig.

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Review: iVoxel

Ryan from iOS MARS takes a look at iVoxel, the vocoder from Addictive Synth developer VirSyn, recently updated with Audiobus.

Buy iVoxel on iTunes: $9.99

Rheyne Jam #83

Rheyne takes us in close for a more intimate video by candlelight, but this jam hits a little harder than his his usual mellow.

Video Description:

Live looping with KMI controllers, two wireless iPads running Lemur, and Ableton Live. All loops are recorded live, nothing was pre-recorded.

The KMI 12-step is mapped to four separate loopers for each instrument (drums, piano, two synths). In this video, only the looper for the drums is being triggered, and the remaining loops are recorded into clip slots and toggled via Lemur running Live Control 2.0. Both instances of Lemur on the iPads are wirelessly controlling Ableton Live via an ad-hoc network. The Lemur keyboards are controlling two separate instances of NI's Massive. The audio-out from the Macbook was split to headphones and a Zoom Q3HD. The video was recorded with a Canon T3i.

...and my apologies on that last chord... missed one of the notes! But if I edited it, it wouldn't be live anymore

Download or stream the audio at SoundCloud: http://snd.sc/15zOP44

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Equipment:
  • KMI QuNeo controlling Kontakt / drums
  • KMI QuNexus controlling Kontakt / piano
  • KMI 12-step controlling Ableton's looper plugins
  • 2x iPads running Lemur and LiveControl 2.0
  • Macbook Pro running Ableton Live
  • Zoom Q3HD for recording audio
  • Canon T3i
  • 3x Yankee Candle "Orange Dreamsicle"

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Tutorial: Geco for Leap Motion

Geert Bevin, best known as an Eigenharp evangelist, has started a tutorial series on Geco. Geco is an impressive and expressive use of the Leap Motion controller to add fine control to music performances by following gestures from both of your hands. The ability to use both of your hands is key here, and it is remarkable how well the Leap Motion can detect which hand it is tracking.

In addition to being a tutorial for the Geco app, this is also a great introduction to the app. Leap will begin shipping on the 22nd, and you can pre-order it now for $80. Geco will be released on the same day for $10 in the Leap Motion AirSpace app store.

Vidrhythm iPhone Symphony

YouTuber gameviewer1 has put together one of the most impressive videos I've seen from Vidrythm, while remixing Garageband!

Buy Vidrhythm on iTunes: Free

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