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ROLI BLOCKS-Modular Wireless MIDI Touch System

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BLOCKS is a modular music making system made up of 5 components Seaboard Block Super Powered KeyboardMulti-award-winning Seaboard interface5D Touch technology24 keywave, two-octave playing surfaceHundreds of free soundsSuite of music making software for desktop and mobileWireless and portable for making music on the goConnects to other Bl...
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IK Multimedia iRig Keys I/O

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MIDI Controller/Audio Interface for mobile musicianThe iRIg Keys I/O comes in two version a a 25-key MIDI controller version and a 49-key MIDI controller version.  Both feature built-in audio interfaces with 24-bit/96kHz sound quality, a Neutrik combo input, and phantom power and eight touch-sensitive RGB LED...
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May Is MIDI Month 2019 Webinar: Controllerism

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ControllerismMay 4, 2019 at 3 PM Pacific TimeA panel discussion with the people who created the Controllerism movement about how MIDI influences the world of Digital DJs.Laura Escudé, Sam Gribbens, Huston Singletary, Moldover, Kate Stone, Shawn Wasabi Panelists  Laura EscudéInternational music producer, DJ, controllerist, violinist and live sh...
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The Moog One- The Ultimate Moog Synth

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After many years, Moog releases a polyphonic analog synth The Moog One is a programmable, tri-timbral analog synth featuring an intuitive tactile interface that allows you to explore a vast sonic universe of classic Moog analog circuits that have been know for many years for their unrivaled punch and rich harmonics,  An advanced...
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Get Real and Get Funky: How to Create Realistic MIDI Bass Parts

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5 Tricks to getting a great MIDI bass track  1. How to get rid of a hangover  Most bass lines are single notes, and because bassists lift fingers, mute strings, and pick, there's going to be a space between notes. Go through your MIDI sequence note by note and make sure that no note extends over another note's attack (Fig. 1). If two note...
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