Ryder Ripps and Internet Archaeology are taking the inescapable Now series (still going strong at number 36) to vinyl with MIDI versions of your favorite '90s middle school classics from the likes of Blink 182, Radiohead, Jay-Z, Eve 6 and more. It's a Kickstarter project, so pledge if you just can't get enough Offspring....
Once upon a time, electronic music was generally the realm of those with access to thousands of dollars of musical equipment, or bedroom producers working in niche and largely unrecognized genres. But over the years, the advent of home computing has brought these worlds together, with the ability to easily emulate a studio's worth of equipment on a laptop or PC. Furthermore, electronic music has...
There's a load of great tech news happening out there every day, and, unfortunately, we just can't cover it all. Here are a few of the other noteworthy things we saw today on our never-ending journey through the wild, wild Web. Spotted in Australia on Google Maps: these streets and buildings (above) look suspiciously like USB cords. [From: Neatorama] Our very own Josh Fruhlinger reminisces...
The hey-day of electronic music, techno, and its various other flavors has passed. Groups like the Crystal Method and The Prodigy don't get the radio play they used to, but digital music's influence on modern rock can't be ignored. Software like Apple's 'Garage Band', for example, makes it easy to lay down tracks, but a new product from Yamaha pledges to also make it tactile and fun. The...
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