Sunday, August 10, 2014

Thursday, September 19, 2013

Friday, May 24, 2013

Winter has come

And I was not prepared, this time.
This time,

Sunday, April 28, 2013

Boards of Canada - there is a blank space for a new album (updated)

And it has been there probably since one year or so but now when we have all mysterious 12-inch appearing and numbers and codes....

there is a hope to fill the empty space (updated)

"can you hear the space?"


Sunday, April 21, 2013

Moonbuz 5th Birthday missed again

My blog is neglected I know, I know, more activity on twitter, facebook, tumbrl live work
But I missed moonbuz birthday again
No excuse
Moonbuz is the past and that's a fact.
There was a very long Winter, these last years.
But I am still alive and even managed to internalize cold.

And I found this:

it is a video tape of moonbuz live - recorded, buried, never watched, lost and found

and this:

it is a photo from moonbuz live in Berlin


Happy Birthday Moonbuz




"The Winter is coming"

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Dear Korg I love You. Volca

volca Keys - Analogue Loop Synth volca Bass - Analogue Bass Machinevolca Beats - Analogue Rhythm Machine

Three true-analog synthesizers with built-in sequencers to generate the ultimate analog leads, basses, and rhythms

Following in the footsteps of the monotron, monotribe, and MS-20 Mini analog synthesizers, Korg announces the volca series. volca is a new lineup of EDM production tools comprised of three distinct models: the volca Keys lead synthesizer, the volca Bass synthesizer, and the volca Beats rhythm machine. These powerful and fun-to-use true-analog devices deliver a diverse array of fat sounds that can be obtained only from an analog synthesizer. Each is also equipped with sequencing/recording capabilities for intuitively generating performances. Multiple volcas can be used in tandem via the vintage-style sync in/out, and with your favorite DAW software or MIDI keyboard via MIDI In. Battery operation and built-in speakers mean that you can conveniently play anywhere and anytime. These are the next-generation analog synthesizers, bringing you the ultimate sounds and grooves with ease and depth. Whether used together or by themselves, the volca series is poised to inject true analog power into any performance or studio setup!

コルグの次世代アナログ・シンセサイザー、volca(ヴォルカ)の登場です。リード­・シンセvolca keys、ベース・シンセvolca bass、リズムマシンvolca beatsの3機種を同時にラインナップし、アナログならではの太く多彩なサウンドと­、ループ・シーケンサーでの直感的フレーズ演奏を実現。複数台・DAWとの連携により­、強力なグルーヴを生み出します。

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Friday, January 25, 2013

Monday, January 21, 2013

For real 16 x10 audio in/out with Roland Studio Capture

Please count if you don't believe, and you can connect two which gives you 32 ins.

But what do you think about price ? 1188,81 Euro
And how does it compare to other solutions multi in/out solutions (e.g. buing 8x ins USB/firewire audio interface  and on ADAT another 8 or more)? Price would be similar I guess...

Sub Phatty and Flying Lotus on Pitchfork

Enjoying the sneak peek of Sub Phatty with Flying Lotus on Pitchfork?

Come back at 11am to moogmusic for the official announcement.

or buy at

Thursday, January 3, 2013

Monday, December 10, 2012

Audiobus is here. No looking back

"New, Highly Anticipated iPad and iPhone App Audiobus Bridges the Gap Between your Music Apps"

London, UK, December 10th 2012
A Tasty Pixel in partnership with Audanika today launched Audiobus, a revolutionary new app for iPad and iPhone set to reinvent iOS music making with its ability to connect music apps together, just as cables connect audio equipment. Support for the app is already built into such leading iOS music apps as Rebirth, JamUp, NLog, Sunrizer and more, with over 750 more developers registered to implement Audiobus in their own music apps.
“Audiobus is going to fundamentally change the way people make music on the iPad and iPhone,” said Audiobus developer Michael Tyson. “The app works like virtual audio cables, turning a platform of isolated apps into a community of pluggable components that work together seamlessly, far greater than the sum of their parts. Nothing like this has even been attempted before.”
The app is the result of a twelve-month collaboration between A Tasty Pixel, developer of iOS audio apps Loopy and Loopy HD, and Audanika, developer of SoundPrism and SoundPrism Pro. Loopy, Loopy HD, and SoundPrism Pro have been placed on sale for the launch.
With a clean and simple user interface, the app allows users to easily connect the output of one Audiobus-compatible app into the input of another, playing a synthesizer live into a looper or multi-track recorder, or using one app to manipulate the live output of another.
“It's what so many iOS music makers want: to be able to use multiple apps at the same time, mixing together the audio from each of them into a single project,” wrote leading musicians’ gear website Music Radar recently, dubbing the app “groundbreaking”.
Audiobus is launching today together with eleven other leading iOS music apps which have added support for the inter-app audio routing platform: Propellerheads’ Rebirth for iPad, JamUp and JamUp Pro, Sunrizer Synth, SoundPrism Pro, Loopy and Loopy HD, MultiTrack DAW, NLog Synth Pro and NLog MIDI Synth, sir Sampleton and Funkbox.
Twenty-five additional noteworthy developers, including Moog and Intua, have been invited to the developer program and have already begun to add Audiobus support, prior to a public launch of the Audiobus Software Development Kit (SDK). Over 750 additional developers have signed up to add Audiobus support to their apps once the Audiobus SDK is made public.
Audiobus is now available on the App Store for $9.99 USD.