For several years I’ve noticed a trend among musicians across all musical demographics, and that is the use of a piano “shell”. And for those of you unfamiliar with what I’m referring to, a piano shell is a piano (whether it be a spinet, upright, or grand) with the guts of it stripped away so a person can play a different keyboard, and therefore is able to play more than just piano sounds but still retain the look of playing the piano. 1,043 more words
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Seb Lee-Delisle has built a career around large installations that use powerful lasers and high-end projects to make people happy. It’s a dream job that came to fruition through his multi-discipline skill set, his charismatic energy, and a mindset that drives him to see how he can push the boundaries of what is possible through live interaction. 709 more words
I fell in love with nude lipsticks around the same time I fell in love with ColourPop – needless to say, I’ve collected a lot since then! 145 more words
If there are any two things that are constantly changing with the times, it is music and the internet. Good things happen when one meets the other. 1,353 more words
What was it like to make music back in 1988? Check out this documentary on MIDI, Macs and Music in the early digital recording era. Get an inside glimpse into what legendary musicians like Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea, Tony Williams & Carlos Santana were doing with their Macs over 25 years ago.
Originally from thelooploft.com.