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Free Plug-in Makes Music from Serial Numbers – And Sounds Awesome

It started as a forum thread joke. But the resulting free plug-in - while completely weird in concept - sounds amazing. That and more free goodies. Source: Free Plug-in Makes Music from Serial Number [...]

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No Man’s Sky and the technology that created 18 quintillion planets

Procedural generation strikes a balance between randomness and order.
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The Sound Design of Journey

How did one sound designer create the expressive audio canvas which underlies Thatgamecompany's acclaimed indie title? Sony Santa Monica's Steve Johnson explains -- and presents isolated samples so yo [...]

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The DJs of Silicon Valley who are changing music

Before Silicon Valley had an app for everything, and before the halcyon years preceding the dot-com bubble, Richard Quitevis and Ritche Desuasido were teaming up and making waves in the DJ industry. D [...]

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How TIME Explained the Way Computers Work

You don't need a Turing Machine to understand it
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Seattle Symphony uses Kinect to conduct robotic instruments

Microsoft might have scaled back its ambitions for Kinect, but creative modders and developers are still finding ways to put the peripheral to good use. Source: Seattle Symphony uses Kinect to conduc [...]

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Electronic Music Powered By Girls! 2015 Tour

Techne brings electronic music workshops to Girls Rock Camps this Summer!
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Google Tone Sends URLs to Nearby Computers Using Sound

Google has published a Chrome extension that allows you to share URLs in an interesting new way. Click a button and a simple chirrup from your computer’s speakers sends the link to other devices in [...]

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Chrome adds MIDI support for browser-based music composition

Let's say you went all out for Rock Band 3 and bought a MIDI drum kit and the game's keyboard peripheral, haven't used them since, but hate to put that stuff on Craigslist. With the new Chrome update [...]

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‘Things’ Are People, Too

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