The Audio Podcast plunder Archive
A YouTube video about the problem of using laptops in musical performance.
A new website from Ableton to help you learn the basic of music making.
A great read TapeOp magazine.
The state of Discogs 2016 report.
Roland have released a Streetview and a 360 VR video of the private Roland Museum.
A select history of the major hardware drum machines.
A hackster.io RPI mp3 player project.
Lawrence Yeo on how programming Hip Hop helps with Coding.
Command line MIDI transmitter making use of the JUCE library.
A great walk through on the jstrigger object in Max.
Vox on what makes Christmas Music Christmassy.
Arturia is offering the MiniFilter V as a free gift between now and Christmas.
IFixit tear down of the Apple AirPods.
James Corden has a festive Carpool.
A paper from ICMC 2016 about The Effects of MP3 Compression on Emotional Characteristics.
A Thump Vice interview with the founders of Ableton.
Musicmap is a genealogy of popular music there history and relationships.
HELM is an open source synth available free for Linux, OSX and Windows.
An introduction to audio processing theory.
An article from the BBC academy regarding loudness in programming.
Sam Aaron Sonic Pi creator discuss programming as performance.
Muzines is a great resource of historical music technology magazines that is look for your old magazines.
The Recording Hacks Microphone Database is on of the best online resources for details, manuals and specifications of various manufacturers microphones.
A history of electronic music in audio tracks well worth a listen.
The history of Max and the use of Juce within Max.
A little collection of music for the holidays.
Great way to spend the holiday making a groove.
All I want for Christmas in many styles.
The UCSB archive of gathered cylinder recordings from the late 1800's onwards.
How to make Max 7 crash for debugging purposes.
A Guardian article about Imogen Heaps Mycelia music experiment.
Have you every wondered which is the fastest way to combine static and dynamic data in Max?
The world's largest and oldest scientific archive of biodiversity audio and video recordings.
A new way to learn, well its more online learning.
An article of reasons why no one cares about sound quality.
Gizmodo have an interesting article about the West German Tefifon.
John Chowning at Universitat Pompeu Fabra of FM and CCRMA fame.
A history of the 70's electronic music of Berlin.
Bolt.io have completed a tear down hows it made of Beats Headphones, saves having to take your own apart.
An article about the use of Web-MIDI within Google Chrome.
Twit has an interview with Neil Yong on Triangulation about Pono.
Libre Graphics World have an interview with some of the Audacity team.
Propellerhead have made Figure available for free within the App Store for iOS.