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Tag: Music

Ion Tape Express Converter: Play Your Cassette Tapes One Last Time

Ion Tape Express Converter: Play Your Cassette Tapes One Last Time
Immortalize your mixtapes with the Ion Tape Express, an easy to use device that converts your favorite songs to mp3 files. Just pop in a tape, connect it to your computer via USB, and let the bundled EZ Tape Converter Software work its magic.

Touch Dj Puts a Complete Dj Mixer in Your iPhone or iPod Touch

Touch Dj Puts a Complete Dj Mixer in Your iPhone or iPod Touch
Touch DJ is a soon-to-be-released iPhone app that lets you mix music in real time, just like you would with professional DJ equipment. Created by Amidio – the same folks who brought us the amazing noise.io

Caribbean Finger Steel Drums: DIY Desktop Reggae

Caribbean Finger Steel Drums: DIY Desktop Reggae
Ever wanted to know how to play the steel drums? Nope, me either. Maybe it’s the fact that I just don’t have room for a couple of sawed-off 55 gallon oil drums in my living room.

Sony Soundville Ad Fills Icelandic Town With Speakers & Music, Serenades Citizens & Sheep

Sony Soundville Ad Fills Icelandic Town With Speakers & Music, Serenades Citizens & Sheep
Directed by Juan Cabral, Sony’s Soundville campaign turned Seydisfjordur village in Iceland into one large sound system for a week. Some of the songs that the sometimes bewildered citizens heard were from Bob Dylan, Death in Vegas and the Guillemots.

Dj Hero Breaks It Down With a Full Track List

Dj Hero Breaks It Down With a Full Track List
Forget all those plastic instruments and the problem of strumming or drumming or prancing around with a microphone–it’s time to get ready for the next iteration with DJ Hero, Activision Blizzard’s new franchise, due out at the end of this month.

Splitterbot Headphone Sharing Robot: for Generous Music-Loving Sadists

Splitterbot Headphone Sharing Robot: for Generous Music-Loving Sadists
Sure, headphone splitters are nothing new, but how many toy keychain headphone splitter robots that you decapitate and stab in the eyes to use have you seen? Did you even understand that previous sentence? I didn’t.

Ableton Novation Launchpad Controls Music With Lots of Lights and Buttons

Ableton Novation Launchpad Controls Music With Lots of Lights and Buttons
For digital musicians who have longed for a performance controller for Ableton Live, you’ll be totally stoked to check out this cool new control pod that lets you interact with Ableton Live in real time. Designed as a collaboration between Ableton and Novation, the new Launchpad is a dedicated controller that offers a 64-button grid of backlit buttons which can be used to create and display music sequences using the same sort of interactive interface you might find in a Monome or a Tenori-On.

Musicskins: Loud Designs for Your Gadgets

Musicskins: Loud Designs for Your Gadgets
One of the reasons why Nokia’s cellphones became so popular here in the Philippines was the fact that most of their earlier models had cases that were easy to remove and swap, providing a bit of customization.

Lacie Sound2 USB Speakers Look Like Giant Earphones

Lacie Sound2 USB Speakers Look Like Giant Earphones
LaCie’s Sound² speakers are perfect for ogres, ents and Michael Clarke Duncan. Designed by Neil Poulton, the Sound² kinda look like flattened earphones. Huge flattened earphones. Each speaker measures 7.87 x 5.51 in. LaCie backs up Poulton’s design with French audio company Cabasse‘s technology.

Queen Ready to Reign Over Rock Band

Queen Ready to Reign Over Rock Band
Now being prepped for Rock Band‘s DLC catalogue, from the files of Songs You Grew Up Singing: a ten pack (!) of songs by legendary band Queen, just perfect for your next extremely silly Rock Band party.

Little Horn Speakers: Nothing Little About Them at All

Little Horn Speakers: Nothing Little About Them at All
Little Horn speakers pack an audiophile’s wet dream into an elegant form. According to makers Specimen Products, the speakers’ supersized phonograph-like horns “posses a life-like soundstage unlike anything ever heard.” I don’t know what a soundstage is, but it seems that the way the horns are shaped enables lower frequency sound to spread out in a bitchin’ manner.

Boombox Bag With Built-in Speakers Doesn’T Play Cassette Tapes

Boombox Bag With Built-in Speakers Doesn’T Play Cassette Tapes
As if its throwback looks weren’t flashy enough, this boombox bag also has built-in speakers. Plug in your MP3 player and you’ll really grab everyone’s attention. Unfortunately we don’t have specs on the speakers, but judging from the picture I don’t think we can expect top-quality audio from them.

Mp3 Grenade Redefines ‘Bombtrack’

Mp3 Grenade Redefines ‘Bombtrack’
As far as hacks and mods go, retrofitting a decommissioned hand grenade with mp3 playing guts is on the top of the clever and creative list. But as far as real world application is concerned? Well, I wouldn’t be whipping this thing out at work anytime soon.

Ceramic Speakers: Don’t Play Anything Too Heavy

Ceramic Speakers: Don’t Play Anything Too Heavy
This beautiful pair of ceramic speakers, designed by Joey Roth, “are designed to leave the sound untouched, warm, dry, and detailed.” The handcrafted 4″ speakers are made of porcelain and cork, which the product’s page calls “acoustically dead.”

Craymachine Lets You Type Beats

Craymachine Lets You Type Beats
The craymachine is a bitchin’ way to kill time. If the iPhone had a keyboard this would’ve been a cool app. So what is it? It’s a flash-based synthesizer; a sound is mapped to each letter on your keyboard, ranging from the normal but essential bass drum of b to the intergalactic croak of w.

Mobile Rock Band, in Case Your Addiction Wasn’T Strong Enough Already

Mobile Rock Band, in Case Your Addiction Wasn’T Strong Enough Already
Looking to be a rock star on the go? Take heart–Rock Band is headed to mobile phones… just not the iPhone (or iPod Touch). The mobile version of the popular music game will hit the Verizon network the middle of this month.