From radical turntablism [Otomo Yoshihide] to laptop music innovation [Numb], via classical instrument hijacking [Sakamoto Hiromichi], Tokyo’s avant-garde music scene is internationally known for its boldness.
Check out this very cool modular synth performance by Gregg Wilson. According to Gregg, what you hear was all done live; no edits or overdubs, only some minor level adjustments plus some reverb and delay plugins added afterwards to improve the mix.
Producers, you know how we do! Here’s the latest selection of freeware, sounds, loops and more to get your musical inspiration going. Defend the art of great music making and creativity! We want to hear you!
Let’s get to it!
A big salute goes out to all the loyal #freesamplefriday fans and creators worldwide. The one’s for all the sound rebelists, noisemakers, risk takers and system testers…2012 is ours! Have some fun with the latest picks of the week…
Check out this new mix from Emika, this British-born, Berlin-based electronic artist was recently on tour in the US and Canada supporting Amon Tobin’s ISAM tour and currently doing dates around Europe promoting her debut self-titled release on Ninja Tune. As a producer, singer and sound designer, her music embraces the wave of bass and techno club culture as well as the audio tech that enables a great solo live electronic DJ/artist meets soundscape performance.
Download the latest selection of #freesamplefriday audio treats. Lots of free loops, one-shots, a cool synth app for iOS and an interesting Max For Live synth device. Check it out!
Some interesting picks this week including a video game drum controller and a vintage compressor from Audio Damage.
Thanks to all for keeping #FREESAMPLEFRIDAY going strong for over 2 years! We love hearing your tunes and sound experiments – dive in and make some noise!