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Jean-Michel Jarre on the evolution of music technology
11/14/15, 10:52

M Audio made some really good budget stuff before Avid bought them. I still hang on to my beat up, secondhand (maybe third hand, I forget now) Oxygen 8 because I haven't seen a more recent, cheap, portable keyboard controller that's as sturdy or has anywhere near as nice a keybed. Not that I've really been looking hard.
Jean-Michel Jarre on the evolution of music technology
11/14/15, 10:45

Incidentally, Ableton's trade-in program where you get something like 30% off of a Push 2 when you trade in a Push 1, and the Push 1's are reconditioned and provided to school music programs for free is apparently pretty legit and relatively uncynical for something that's also a way to hook grade school kids into the Live workflow as early as possible and finally cement its place as the Pro Tools of EDM.

Except unlike Pro Tools, which is quite possibly the most backward, limited piece of commercial software I've ever owned (because if you ever do any contract work you have to own that shit and deal with stuff like head engineers who have never heard of offline rendering and don't know that RMS measurements aren't absolute, but I digress), Live is actually pretty cool. Not my thing, but pretty cool.
Jean-Michel Jarre on the evolution of music technology
11/14/15, 10:36

Inside scoop on the Push 2 is that Ableton reps found out what company was being subcontracted to to manufacture the original Push because somebody forgot to take a shipping label off of a carton about a year ago, and they bypassed the middleman (who are a holding of a venture capital firm that owns about a half dozen formerly respectable companies and has been pumping out some of the most disappointing big-name gear of the last decade under a few well known names, while making most of their profits on things like electric blankets and those shitty USB turntables that cost 3x what they should) to make the Push 2, which is basically the original Push without the cost-cutting limitations forced on them by the aforementioned company when the Push 1 was being developed.

Also the contractor that was hired to fabricate the prototypes of the Push 1 was paid $80,000 per unit, which is hilarious.

SOURCE: I know a few disgruntled former employees, including one of them who had climbed pretty high up the middle management chain before he got out. I have a few really serious (like 6 figure settlements and gag orders serious) details about some of the top people but I don't feel comfortable sharing those out of respect for the people who told me. Just imagine the most cartoonish, stereotypical workplace abuse of power scenarios you can (short of American Psycho) and you will probably be pretty close enough to get the idea.
Jean-Michel Jarre on the evolution of music technology
11/14/15, 10:23

If it has DIN MIDI it's cool. I'd never buy USB only.

Also the Beatstep Pro is every bit as buggy as the Internet has been saying, and the rumors about the quality of their customer support are true. I wouldn't recommend getting one even though the hardware itself is really well thought out and pretty solid for the price (which in 2015 means it's slightly more sturdy than a Casio from 1985 but that's what you get these days unless you pay a lot or build your own). I've actually never had or tried anything from that company that worked right but this one stayed because even buggy it's really useful for what I've been doing lately.

They should just accept that their firmware development is garbage and open source their firmware, because even lone individuals working for fun in their free time are doing better work, but even with access to CNC and 3d printing resources it would be a pretty tall order to DIY a comparable controller for $250. Korg has been heading in the right direction at least.
Smooth Criminal M.Jackson L'orgue de Barbarie
11/14/15, 10:05

I wonder if he hand cuts that stuff or if somebody has devised a MIDI controlled piano roll cutter. I'm pretty happy with either option.
Prince of Persia Warrior Within stage show
11/14/15, 10:01

This is terrible but the post show, mushroom and coke fueled cast orgies are probably worth the degradation on stage.

That's the only reason anyone ever does stuff like this, right?
Old_Zircon on the evolution of music technology
11/14/15, 09:57

Thanks! I'd have to shoot it on a portable news camera from 1981 is the thing, that's the only proper video camera I have right now.
Old_Zircon on the evolution of music technology
11/14/15, 09:40

I kind of wish I'd lit it so you could see his package better.
Old_Zircon on the evolution of music technology
11/14/15, 09:36

Soundmaster SR-88, it's a Boss DR-55 clone with a couple differences (one sound is different - I think the Boss has an open hi-hat instead of the cymbal this has, but the big difference is the Boss only has preprogrammed patterns for the hi hats but these have a fully programmable hi-hat with a separate output you can use for triggering other analog gear).

I got it a long time ago for $50 but they seem overpriced nowadays. On the other hand there are simple mods for trigger inputs (so you can sequence it from another device with trigger out) and direct outs for the sounds (I think, I haven't looked at that one in a while) and a couple others I never bothered reading up on.
Old_Zircon on the evolution of music technology
11/14/15, 09:30

Yeah, he was less cool when I got him as a kid since he was the result of my family not having the money for a real transformer back then, but since I found out about him being a clone of the original, uncompromised Shockwave that was recalled from US stores after every single gradeschool kid in the world noticed he got a lot cooler and I dug him out of the box in my parents' basement that he was fortunately still in.


Even as a kid he was pretty cool, to be honest.
I Feel Like Some Chipotle!
11/13/15, 19:31

This thread is the first thing I've ever heard about Chipolte being cnsidered anything other than the Quizno's to Qdoba's Subway. It's definitely fast food.
I Feel Like Some Chipotle!
11/13/15, 19:28

I got e.coli 16 years ago and I'm still not quite right in the intestines. Shit's no joke.
maturerobpeters seeking adults friends online
11/13/15, 15:49

Kinkism
Stephen Colbert loses his balls to Anita Sarkeesian
11/12/15, 21:12

"our whole information economy is deeply broken, because rage-driven polemics and outright character assassination outsell information. We've reached the point where no one even bothers to ironically point out that Google's slogan was once "don't be evil:", because clearlly a preference for this kind of pure evil has been built into the youtube algorithm. if you've ever clicked on anything to do with "feminism", expect youtube to shove thunderf00t, saragon of akkad, and the amazing atheist up your ass on an hourly basis, while a whole lot of good youtubers are complaining that the most recent changes in the algorithm have cost them up to 75 per cent of their income."


JHM, this is exactly what I was saying above.
Stephen Colbert loses his balls to Anita Sarkeesian
11/12/15, 19:42

Ditto TV.

TV s dead it just hasn't been buried yet.
Stephen Colbert loses his balls to Anita Sarkeesian
11/12/15, 19:41

People who are old enough to have gotten tenure before the massive push to eliminate it and replace as much faculty as possible with adjuncts on annual contracts do not count. I'm talking about the academa of the future, not of the 1980s.
Stephen Colbert loses his balls to Anita Sarkeesian
11/12/15, 17:53

I'd love to read the actual report, but ironically the Broadband Commission's download link times out.
Stephen Colbert loses his balls to Anita Sarkeesian
11/12/15, 17:42

Done and done.
Stephen Colbert loses his balls to Anita Sarkeesian
11/12/15, 17:32

I accidentally clicked play on one of his videos one time. I think I'm going to donate the few dollars I can spare to a local women's shelter to offset the fact that he may have made a penny or two from me.
Stephen Colbert loses his balls to Anita Sarkeesian
11/12/15, 17:29

"emotional bandwidth"

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