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- Sort out your digital life, get ready to tag
We all know tagging is important, right? After observing a friend spend endless hours submerged in iTunes, meticulously tagging and rating their music collection track by track, I realized I was naive to think most online music distributors tag their files correctly. You know your digital life is a mess when you see files called […]
- Win a copy of Bliss, a simple and accurate audio tagger and album artwork finder
Dan Gravell has given us an unlimited version of his excellent audio tagging and album artwork finder worth $50. To win this very useful and time saving software, all you have to do is answer 1 simple question.
- The Big Burns Supper – Van Winkle and Gorman confirmed
We’re thrilled to announce our very own Ryan Van Winkle and Dan Gorman will perform viewmaster at the Big Burns Supper, Scotland 2015
- BBC Reviews “Viewmaster” by Ryan Van Winkle and Dan Gorman
It’s an impressively immersive experience for such a low-tech approach. And it’s a performance I take part in.
ViewMaster is not just an album or a book, it is a performance — a personal slide-show for your eyes and ears only. When performed Ryan Van Winkle and sound artist Dan Gorman guide you through a playful, surreal, journey to a distant land. It is an immersive piece aided by the set-design of Faith Eliott and, of course, our trusty vintage View-master.
- ViewMaster – Ryan Van Winkle & Dan Gorman – Upcoming Release
Ryan Van Winkle and sound artist Dan Gorman guide you through a playful, surreal, journey to a distant land.
- WASH: Organic grooves & multi-textured smoothies
A bicycle bell tinkles high above muffled chatter and the distant swoosh of street noise. A single note rings out, slowly reverberating into silence. A second note, lower this time. The pitch drops again, followed by… the rush of wind? The splash of waves, perhaps? A lone voice with sing-song lilt echoes the same tonal […]
- The death of vinyl and the rise of glitch
Several years ago I decided to move to the other side of the planet. Before I departed my biggest issue was what I would do with my sizable record collection. Luckily for me I have a very generous friend (Steve, thank you) who is taking care of my collection while am I away. I recorded […]
- Bliss: the music lovers personal assistant
When you add or update music to your collection, Bliss automatically assesses the music against your rules, fixing what it can, and letting you know if it cannot. It can rename files, folders, assign the correct tags and even automatically embeds the proper album artwork. So lets see how Bliss handled some tests I threw at it, I was purposely trying to catch Bliss out:
- A blast from the past and the future
A brief and incomplete history of undermine, lakker and suburban cutting champions
- RIAA versus Invisible Agent Records
It has recently been brought to our attention by the RIAA that certain tracks released on Invisible Agent Records contain bin-aural beats and must be removed from all distribution channels and online shops.
- Mixcloud: The future of Radio
Listen to radio shows, Podcasts and DJ mixes on-demand. From Krautrock to Jazz, Ambient to HipHop, there are thousands of reasons why you should join Mixcloud.
- Pay for illegal music downloads?
The Internet revolution is like the railway revolution of 200 years ago. New and excessive opportunities are available for everyone. The major record labels missed the 6.15 and while they stand freezing on the virtual platform they whine about ‘piracy’ and CD sales being down. Online music sales are increasing at an exponential rate Major […]
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