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Argos: DIY GUI software

Written by Durk Kooistra on Friday the 19th of February, 2010
Argos is a drag-and-drop GUI builder built in openFrameworks, dealing specifically with creating musically-oriented interfaces for multi-touch interaction.


cheap USB to MIDI

Written by Durk Kooistra on Friday the 19th of February, 2010
I found a nice website with some DIY projects. A nice cheap interface for USB to MIDI conversion was a little something i thought I'd share.


Kriminal Free VST's

Written by Durk Kooistra on Tuesday the 02nd of February, 2010
I found a website with a couple of vintage synth models in VST format. Good to add; they are free!


Familiar Sounds

Written by Gerrit Elbrink on Sunday the 03rd of January, 2010
Did you ever recognise samples in a song and just couldn't figure out where they're from? This website tells you everything.


Sound Design for Websites

Written by Durk Kooistra on Wednesday the 09th of December, 2009
A nice pdf about the emerging market for sound designers; websites.


World's most famous 'sound designer' put behind bars

Written by Daan Hendriks on Monday the 21st of September, 2009
This news is a few weeks old already, but worth mentioning here for the people who are not aware... Brice Carrington, the biggest con artist of all time in the sound industry, has finally been put behind bars.


MIDI, midi, midi!

Written by Durk Kooistra on Thursday the 23rd of July, 2009
Created back in '83 by the synthesizer giants in Asia, MIDI is an ancient technique used to control (parameter) data.


Excavatedshellac: folkloric and vernacular music

Written by Durk Kooistra on Sunday the 19th of July, 2009
A great blog dedicated to 78rpm recordings of folkloric and vernacular music from around the world.


Crisis hits TapeOp

Written by Durk Kooistra on Friday the 17th of July, 2009
One of the best music production magazines TapeOp, is forced to stop its free postal distribution in Europe. The Uk and US keep their free subscription option.


Remix DJ Vadim

Written by Durk Kooistra on Friday the 10th of July, 2009
Ninja Tune artist DJ Vadim has been nice enough to share the stems of the track "I want to shout out" on archive.org. Also make sure to check out ThorLtd's Remix!


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