Gibson Min-ETune

Posted on April 17, 2013 Under Music

I love this. This clever, battery-powered robot tuner can tune all six strings in just seconds, and delivers over 75 tunings per charge. To do so, it tunes your physical strings — as opposed to digitally, which can result in…

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Beoplay A9

Posted on October 8, 2012 Under Music

I'm loving the looks of the Beoplay A9 Speaker. Equipped with Airplay so you can connect wirelessly through iPhone, iPad, etc. $2600 available in the middle of November.

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Nike Field

Posted on August 1, 2012 Under Music

Nike Field is a nice little experiment promoting the Fuel Band. Check it out. It's like having Ableton Live built into your browser. Go full screen and start hitting your keys! (Make sure your sound is on).

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NYC’s Rappers

Posted on May 31, 2012 Under Music

It's safe to say NYC invented the Hip Hop thing. Great map, totally fascinating to see all the close ties. Via Very Small Array.

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Teenage Engineering Updates

Posted on January 22, 2012 Under Music

Stockholm-based Teenage Engineering are at it again with a new OS Update and a new product.  Can't wait to try it all out on my OP-1. The OS update delivers new drum and sequencer modes and badly-needed MIDI sync, plus…

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Paul Winter’s 30th Winter Solstice

Posted on December 14, 2011 Under Music

Long time family friend Paul Winter is gearing up for his Winter Solstice Celebration kicking off tomorrow in NYC. For this year's concert the six-time Grammy winning musician will be joined by special guests: Armenian vocalist Arto Tunçboyaciyan, Gospel singer…

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Music Blog Zeitgeist: 2010

Posted on January 12, 2011 Under Music

I ran into my friend Anthony from Hype Machine on a plane today, how random. Or maybe not so random! He just launched the Music Blog Zeitgeist for 2010. It's a collection of the very best music of 2010 as…

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Posted on November 19, 2010 Under Music

Playbutton: Why just play a record when you can wear it too? Very smart– I have a feeling this could be big.

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The Wilderness Downtown

Posted on August 30, 2010 Under Music

This Google Chrome Experiment called The Wilderness Downtown is beyond awesome. Maybe the best piece of digital execution I have seen in several years. If I gave away screen shots, it would ruin it. Sit through the whole song by…

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Pyrography Stop Motion

Posted on May 21, 2010 Under Music

Check out this beautiful music video which was made using pyrogprahy (soldering images onto plywood) and stop motion. It averaged five hours of work per second shown. The song is If I Was King by Dutch indie rocker and singer-songwriter…

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