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Fret Zealot adds lights and learning to your guitar

 I’ve been messing around with LED-embedded guitars since the original GTar. Designed to help beginners learn and players look like all supersonic freakadelic on stage, they have quickly become commonplace if expensive. Now Fret Zealot has something that can turn your guitar into a laser light show in a few minutes. Designed as an $199 add-on to any acoustic or electric guitar, this… Read More

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Native Instruments Maschine Mk3 review – MusicRadar

MusicRadar Native Instruments Maschine Mk3 review MusicRadar Like Mk2, Maschine Mk3 is USB bus-powered - an impressive achievement, given that it not only incorporates two full-colour screens but also an audio interface (see Wired for sound). A power supply is included, for ramping up the brightness of the LEDs, ...

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Could pisound be the audio/MIDI interface that turns your Raspberry Pi into a music making machine? – MusicRadar

MusicRadar Could pisound be the audio/MIDI interface that turns your Raspberry Pi into a music making machine? MusicRadar ... without an external monitor, keyboard or mouse , in other words. This is enabled by The Button, which responds to various interactions (click/double-click etc) and gives you the option of opening Pure Data and other patches straight from a USB thumb ...

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THE ULTIMATE ARTIST MANAGEMENT PLATFORM – Mixdown (press release)

THE ULTIMATE ARTIST MANAGEMENT PLATFORM Mixdown (press release) Founded by musicians-turned-entrepreneurs Matt Urmy and Jonathan Sexton, Artist Growth is available online and as an app on both iPhone and Android handsets. Gaining the title of Best Music App by MTV's O Music Awards and Gizmodo's App of the Day  ...

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M-Audio Code Series 25-Key Controller review – MusicRadar.com

MusicRadar.com M-Audio Code Series 25-Key Controller review MusicRadar.com M-Audio's name is synonymous with keyboard controllers, with the company being one of the first out of the blocks when it became apparent that computer -based musicians would need controller-packed surfaces from which to interact with and drive their ...

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