A must-read feature from The Atlantic looks into why the state of [pop] music is the way it is…repetitive, monotonous, homogeneous, super loud and compressed and in many cases, super cheesy.
The Infinite Dial 2014, a brand new report from Edison Research has examined consumer adoption of digital media, including music streaming usage. A U.S. survey shows Pandora, iHeartRadio and iTunes Radio ranked first, second and third respectively, with Spotify coming in a close fourth.
Before the iPod helped revolutionize digital music, the boombox helped revolutionize portable music culture and now, a group of filmmakers are on a mission to find out who the Boombox creators are. A ‘a docu-man hunt’ to find the original designers and crafters of the iconic, portable radio/cassette player that helped spread hip hop and New York street culture to the worldwide masses.
As this year comes to a close and you might add a few new gadgets to your collection, here is something to take into consideration when it’s time to get rid of your old ones.
Entry level DJ’s and forward-thinking experimental ones can now have a new feature to play with on their Traktor DJ App – Native Instruments has just introduced the official Traktor DJ Cable which allows you to preview tracks. Essentially, it is a splitter cable that takes your stereo signal and splits the incoming signal in two so you can cue your tracks.
We’re proud to announce that we’re part of the team behind SubPac!
Attention music lovers and listeners of all kind…SubPac is a new portable and tactile audio accessory that let’s you FEEL YOUR MUSIC. Yes you heard right! You can now take your sound to the physical dimension. This device can be used with any of your audio sources, just plug in and be transported!