The 15 best Boiler Room sets of 2015...so far Boiler Room has provided some incredible sets so far in 2015, from South Africa to Moscow, from Tulum to Glasgow, from global superstars to underground cult heroes, they've provided dance floor moments for people all over the globe. Here we run through our top so far. 15. Answer Code Request Boiler Room London Live Set Note names, MIDI numbers and frequencies Note names, MIDI numbers and frequencies are related here in tables and via an application that converts them. The musical interval between two notes depends on the ratio of their frequencies. See Frequency and Pitch for more details and an introduction to frequency and pitch.
Melodic Step Sequencing with Ableton Push Requirements: Latest version of Live 9 and Push firmware installed Ableton's Push has already revolutionized the hands-on process of composing electronic music with its innovative scaled note entry and drum programming modes. The true beauty of this hardware is that it's designed to continue evolving with future firmware and software updates to Live—and with their latest revision, they've added smooth, MIDI clip-integrated step sequencing.
Ellen Allien unleashes her top six dancefloor slammers Berlin-based DJ producer and BPitch Control boss Ellen Allien is a true creative at heart. Through her signature blend of leading-edge techno, classic electro, and experimental electronic, she’s been a genuine fixture on the global dance music scene over the past two decades. In our latest weekly Weekend Weapons segment, we spoke with the German dance luminary to get her top six dancefloor slammers of the moment including the standout single “Come To Me” from her latest three-track EP Freak. Recording Impulse Responses With growing computing power over the last decade, convolution plugins have become commonplace. Some of the most common ones include Audio Ease Altiverb, Logic’s Space Designer, Avid TL Space, Waves IR-1 and McDsp Revolver. They are usually packaged with large and useful libraries of impulse responses (more on what all this means below), but what makes them really powerful is the fact that it is quite easy to record and use your own impulse responses.
RA Poll: Top 20 albums of 2015 A great single keeps you dancing and whistling, and can whisk an artist from the bedroom to the main stage in what feels like an instant. But you sense that lots of producers leave some part of themselves in the workshop, which helps explain the enduring appeal of the artist album. This is the format where producers can say, "I am this. Making waves – Open Music Labs’ DSP Shield – Arduino – freeRTOS There’s a great new Arduino Uno (pre-R3) Shield available from Open Music Labs. Their Audio Codec Shield is an Arduino shield that uses the Wolfson WM8731 codec. It is capable of sampling and reproducing audio up to 88kHz, 24bit stereo, but for use with the Arduino it is practically limited to 44kHz, 16bit stereo. The Audio Codec Shield has 1/8″ stereo input and headphone output jacks, a single pole analogue input aliasing filter, and 2 potentiometer for varying parameters in the program on the fly. The Open Music Labs provides a some libraries and code examples for use with the Arduino IDE, and also with the Maple IDE. But, rather than just use the existing code, I thought it would be fun to develop some freeRTOS libraries from their basis code.
Interfacing with a DAC (Digital/Analog Converter) for Sound Synthesis with the Netduino In previous two posts, I created a midi interface for the Netduino. For kicks, here's what it looks like soldered rather than on the breadboard (and beside it, a shot of the disaster my desk has become during this project. There's actually a Commodore 128 in the rubble to the right): Gladly, I've since cleaned that up. :) How To Become A DJ: The Ultimate Guide - PassionateDJ.com Learn how to become a DJ, and you learn to match your own musical expression with the desires of a given audience. It’s not just matching beats, or scratching over songs. It’s about being observant, empathic, and reactive. It’s not difficult to start. D-type Flip Flop Counter or Delay Flip-flop But in order to prevent this from happening an inverter can be connected between the “SET” and the “RESET” inputs to produce another type of flip flop circuit known as a Data Latch, Delay flip flop, D-type Bistable, D-type Flip Flop or just simply a D Flip Flop as it is more generally called. The D Flip Flop is by far the most important of the clocked flip-flops as it ensures that ensures that inputs S and R are never equal to one at the same time. The D-type flip flop are constructed from a gated SR flip-flop with an inverter added between the S and the R inputs to allow for a single D (data) input. Then this single data input, labelled D, is used in place of the “set” signal, and the inverter is used to generate the complementary “reset” input thereby making a level-sensitive D-type flip-flop from a level-sensitive RS-latch as now S = D and R = not D as shown. D-type Flip-Flop Circuit Thus this single input is called the “DATA” input.
Native Instruments Traktor Pro 2 v2.5 Win/MACOSX – UNION Native Instruments Traktor Pro 2 v2.5 Win/MACOSX – UNION | 212.48 MB | 159.42 MB TRAKTOR is the pro platform that top DJs trust, and TRAKTOR PRO 2.5 is the most advanced version of TRAKTOR ever. Perform your mix on up to four decks, featuring TruWave colored waveforms, powerful looping and cueing functionality and an exceptional effects suite, and create mixtapes with a single click. Pitch Shifting Using The Fourier Transform With the increasing speed of todays desktop computer systems, a growing number of computationally intense tasks such as computing the Fourier transform of a sampled audio signal have become available to a broad base of users. Being a process traditionally implemented on dedicated DSP systems or rather powerful computers only available to a limited number of people, the Fourier transform can today be computed in real time on almost all average computer systems. Introducing the concept of frequency into our signal representation, this process appears to be well suited for the rather specialized application of changing the pitch of an audio signal while keeping its length constant, or changing its length while retaining its original pitch. This application is of considerable practical use in todays audio processing systems. One process that implements this has been briefly mentioned in our Time Stretching and Pitch Shifting introductory course, namely the “Phase Vocoder”. 1.
Advanced Programming Techniques for Modular Synthesizers Table of Contents 1 Introduction 1.1 The Purpose of this Document 1.2 Acknowledgements 2 Oscillator Waveform Modification