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Gibson Guitar: Min-Etune

April 16th, 2013

Gibson Guitar: Min-Etune

Min-ETune is battery-powered robot tuner that will tune your guitar in seconds and gets you 80-100 tunings in just one charge. There’s 12 popular alternate tunings including six self custom tunings and you can even adjust your guitar’s tunings to match other instruments. Just push a button and strum. Product Page. Check out the video after the break. Read more…

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Who is Feat. ?

December 4th, 2012

Who is Feat. ?

One of the funniest question I’ve seen. Who is Feat.?

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Fender Squier USB Stratocaster Guitar

November 19th, 2012

Fender Squier USB Stratocaster Guitar

Squier is promoting its new innovative new Stratocaster guitar model which can be easily connect and record to your Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, Mac or Windows and any amp. The Squier by Fender Strat Guitar with USB and iOS Connectivity features an onboard mini-USB connector that lets you interface directly and easily with all these devices, with no additional hardware needed. It is priced at $200. More pictures after the break. Read more…

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The Rolling Stones Whisky

November 12th, 2012

The Rolling Stones Whisky

The Rolling Stones is celebrating their 50th year anniversary and have released a booze in the form of The Rolling Stones 50th Anniversary Whisky. This whisky is crafted by legendary Japanese distillers Suntory – features special blend which contains malts distilled and casked in milestone years throughout the band’s history, giving it a very rich, complex flavor. Not sure about the price tag but only 150 of them will be produced.

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Researchers prove your grandmother right, modern music is louder and all the same

July 31st, 2012

Researchers prove your grandmother right, modern music is louder and all the same

Are your elders always complaining about loud and monotonous music? Or perhaps you’ve started to feel similar sentiments? The Artificial Intelligence Research Institute in Barcelona says it’s not just a matter of opinion. The team analyzed data on loudness, pitch and timbre from just under half a million tracks spanning 55 years, finding the average volume of recordings has increased in that time — said to be the doing of record labels so songs stand out amongst other radio noise. But, they report that little has changed in the actual music, and whilst there are obviously differences in composition, most melodies are created from just ten popular chords. Variations in timbre, or tone quality, have also dipped since the 1960s, which the team attributes to the experimentation of shredders from that era. Creativity in music is obviously still abundant and it’s important to point out only Western pop music was included in the analysis, but Gran was never really into the progressive stuff anyway.

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Fancy a stringless guitar?

December 16th, 2010

Fancy a stringless guitar?

Everything needs touchscreen these days, but this touchscreen phenomenal has gotten into the wrong place: a guitar. Here’s the Misa Kitara Digital Stringless. Yes, it’s stringless, so it’s digital. This futuristic guitar has an innovative multifunction touchscreen, with MIDI controls and an on-board polyphonic synthesizer with effects, thus allowing guitarists to fully express their musical vision. Read more…

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2 million Beatles song sold in a week at iTunes

November 29th, 2010

2 million Beatles song sold in a week at iTunes

Now we know why Apple has been struggling to get the Beatles into their iTunes store, despite a 7 years hu-ha. That’s because the Beatles sells! After a week of appearing in iTunes for the first time, the Fab Four sold 2 million iTunes!
Yes, that’s about 2,000,000 Beatles songs sold in a week in US’s largest online music store. Fans (old and young) of the four dudes that revolutionize rock n roll music wasted no time in downloading their favorite tracks. Apple has announced that iTunes has seen the sale of 2,000,000 Beatles tracks and 450,000 Beatles albums in the first week of their availability. Read more…

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Sennheiser immense your audiophile side, wirelessly

August 13th, 2010

Sennheiser immense your audiophile side, wirelessly

It’s been quite some time since Sennheiser refreshes their headphones line-ups, especially the wireless headphones. Now their new RS-series comes with Kleer transmission technology to product movie theatre quality audio via uncompressed wireless transmission. These headphones operate without compression and can be sued without any audio detail loss. Great stuff from Sennheiser as always. Their new wireless headphones will allow you to move around while watching your HD movies or enjoying cable-free music at a radius of up to 328 feet (RS 160 up to 65 feet, RS 170 up to 262 feet and RS 180 up to 328 feet). The Sennheiser RS 160, RS 170, and RS 180 are priced at $199.95, $249.95 and $299.95, respectively.

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Super Mario Beatbox by Hikakin

June 19th, 2010

Super Mario Beatbox by Hikakin

Japanese beatboxer Hikakin is creating the Beat box version of Super Mario. Hmmm… or you prefer Greg Patillo version? Video after the break. Read more…

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Craftsman Music Experiment

May 19th, 2010

Craftsman Music Experiment

Check this out, a music created fully using Craftsman tools. Mixed and edited by Kutiman. No musical instrument were used in the video. Video after the break. Read more…

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