Monday, March 30, 2009

Recording sound of the past

I always wanted to make "sound postcards"

But this one records "sounds from the environment together with a photograph.It records audio for a set amount of time (between 2 seconds to unlimited) until the photograph is captured",
so actually it records sound that was in the past and no longer exists and u record it afterwards...

Check also

10 seconds ago Pro

"Shh! Be quiet and listen to the sound of your surroundings; immerse yourself in the environment.

When you try, don’t you think your vision sometimes hinders your concentration on the sound? If so, then try this tiny app.

It delays the sound coming in via the microphone by a few seconds (You can change the delay time with a slider). This gap between the scenery you are currently looking at and the sounds you hear may give you strange feeling of passing time and you’ll find yourself a bit more conscious of the ambient sounds in our daily life."

Taken from

Audible Realities

It's a little bit in Brian Eno's way of expiriencing reality...

Best iphone app for music training

i guess the best one is Karajan, really cool music and ear training app. You train intervals, chords, scales, pitch, tempo, and key signatures.
A must have.

update : another must have if u dont fancy Krajan and want more differnet features Right Note - Ear Trainer 1.2

for learning music notation i found Flash Notes

for Rhythm training - Rhythm

What i really miss is music notation software like Sibelius for iphone
This would be the best way to train skills in writing music in old skool way
( like Bach, Mozart, Beethoven did ;)
that would be very educational....
There is one but i havent tested it yet. Its called Music Composer
If anybody tried it, let me know.

This guy is reading my mind i guess
"Idea 2

A Music Composing Application for Iphone

Unlike my first idea, this one could easily be handled by a solo developer. However, you would still want to make it very cool. ;)

I often find myself composing music on the guitar, piano, trumpet etc., but I always end up not bothering to write it down (WAY too much effort - drawing out a musical staff and writing in the notes etc.). So I thought "Hey - an appstore app with a musical staff where you could just touch each spot on the staff to create a note would make composing so easy!", and went over to the appstore to see if such an app existed. Not the case. Someone should take advantage of this.

In the main editing mode, you would want to have a toolbar on the left hand side of the screen that would allow you to select what type of note or rest (or other sign) you're creating, and edit preferences like key signature, time signature, page #s, title and author, instrument etc. You would tap on the staff where you want to place a note (or rest etc.) to create one, and you could zoom in and out by pinching. You would also be able to select # of consecutive lines (to allow for composing for anything from trumpet to organ). Once you were done creating your piece, you could save it. There would be a category in the main menu that would allow you to browse saved pieces, and you would be able to select previously done pieces and either email them to your email address in full-on music sheet format (for printing and playing etc), or you could preview the piece by pressing a play button that would play your piece through the headphones for you using pre-determined instrument noises. I cannot emphasize how useful this app would be."


plus of course ability to hear your composition in iphone with some basic instruments

Pink Floyd Echoes "2001: A Floyd Odyssey"

Echoes, Echoes, Echoes, choes, choes, oes, oes, es, es, s, s

Sunday, March 22, 2009

Thom Yorke - The Eraser

"The more you try to erase me
The more, the more
The more that I appear
Oh the more, the more
The more I try to erase you
The more, the more
The more that you appear"

Jeff Buckley - Hallelujah

Please kill my dreams or let me dream forever.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Radio GAGA

DIgital Disturbance

Hybrid : Korg PadKontrol Doepfer Pocket Dial

Trying to find use for this hybrid :
Korg padKontrol & Doepfer Pocket Dial 
Good results achived with ableton live and sequencer template similar to one form The Covert Operators ( ) - the Covert Seq

Doepref POcket Dial for pitch/volume/accent/etc settings and korg padkontrol for trigerring sequence and mutes and visual feedback.

Work in progress

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

text to speach

copy text : 
moon buz buz buz moon buz moon buz moon buz moon



click speak

and listen...

The Moon Bus

"Here you will find some really cool pictures of how
I restored a very rare 1969 Aurora ® Moon Bus."

My Comp....

Monday, March 9, 2009

Kutiman youtube remix

Kutiman mixes youtube videos + music 
just amazing....

watch my youtube channel for more...